Stephen Silas says Jae'Sean Tate already stands out for Rockets
"The one guy that stands out the most that people don't really know of and doesn't get the notoriety is Jae’Sean Tate... He had good size, he can play multiple positions on both ends of the floor. He's an exciting player that I think everybody will enjoy watching."
Daniel Poneman’s path from teenage basketball guru to NBA agent
“I just passed the point where more than my half my life has been consumed by basketball than wasn’t,” Poneman said recently.
How Flipping the Narrative Landed Tyrell Terry in Dallas
It wasn’t a Twitter notification or a phone call that broke the news to Tyrell Terry. Nor was it his agent who knew before the pick was made.
Pelicans guard Josh Gray continues efforts to help rebuild hometown of Lake Charles
Six weeks after Hurricane Laura made landfall as a Category-4 storm, there are entire neighborhoods in which no roof was spared from significant damage.
Glenn Robinson III ready to be a leader with Sacramento Kings, poses dunk contest challenge
Glenn Robinson III is looking forward to his alarm going off at 5 a.m. every day to honor a commitment.
How Tyrell Terry Became a Potential Lottery Pick Amid a Six-Month Hiatus
The Stanford freshman used the elongated predraft process to become one of the biggest risers in recent memory
Duke's Nolan Smith encouraging conversations with young, Black men in Durham
Duke basketball assistant coach Nolan Smith has been at the center of change in Durham at various protests and marches, but he's taking it a step further with a friend of his, Derek Rhodes, hosting conversations for young Black men at various places in Durham.
Miles Sanders embraces bigger role, lofty expectations in second season
What a difference a year can make.
Mile High Morning: Could Courtland Sutton be the NFL's leading receiver in 2020?
For the Broncos, Kapadia predicted that Courtland Sutton will lead the NFL in receiving yards.
Daniel Poneman: NBA Agent, Basketball Scout & Film Producer | Episode 94
In this episode of the Q&E Podcast, we sit down with Dan Poneman. He is an NBA Agent, Basketball Scout and an Emmy-nominated film producer of the "Shot in the Dark" documentary.
NBA Player Glen Robinson III on Fatherhood during COVID-19 | Black Love
NBA star Glen Robinson III, shooting guard for the Philadelphia 76ers, talks about the effects of COVID-19, allowing him more quality time with his daughter off the court.
Courtland Sutton passing on knowledge from Emmanuel Sanders to Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler
Denver receiver Courtland Sutton is passing on knowledge he received from Sanders to rookies Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler.
Congratulations, You’re a Certified N.B.A. Agent. Good Luck Finding a Client.
But of the 160 or so agents who have become newly certified in the past two years, fewer than 10 have represented an N.B.A. player. E.J. Kusnyer is one of them.
Los Angeles Media Fund Gets Into Sports Agency Business
Los Angeles Media Fund, the finance and entertainment company led by Jeffrey Soros and Simon Horsman, teaming with a quartet of sports agents to launch a sports agency called Beyond Athlete Management.
2020 NBA Draft: Tyrell Terry’s stock to rise with latest measurements
There are still plenty of intriguing prospects that can make a team for a team — including former Stanford standout Tyrell Terry.
Tyrell Terry reportedly aces basketball IQ test
According to reports, Terry ‘broke a record’ for the IQ test administered by several NBA front offices this offseason
Sports Edition: The Good and Bad of going to the NBA G League
Daniel Poneman Breaks Down What an Agent Does
Ohio State's Kaleb Wesson surprised by finishing first in the NBA Combine 3-point star drill (making 80% of his attempts).
He's also looking pretty svelte at 253 pounds, down more than 60 pounds from four years ago. Wesson made 43% of his 3s this season.
Ohio State's Kaleb Wesson invited to the NBA Draft Combine
Former Ohio State center Kaleb Wesson is among the prospects to have received an invitation to participate in the 2020 NBA Draft Combine
Duce Staley wants to unleash Miles Sanders on the NFL with no concern about his workload
How many touches is too many touches? Staley isn’t even thinking that way.