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Dan Fegan, prominent National Basketball Association agent, dies in Colorado auto crash, per report

01 March 2018, 09:00 | Rose Hansen

Dan Fegan, prominent NBA agent, dies in Colorado car crash, per report

NBA agent Dan Fegan dies in car accident

One of the most respected National Basketball Association agents lost his life on Sunday morning in a auto crash.

A 29-year-old woman from California and Fegan's 5-year-old son were in the SUV at the time of the collision. The CEO of Roaring Fork Transportation Authority defended the driver and said that the driver didn't have time to react towards the fatal crash and was unable to prevent his vehicle from colliding with Fegan's SUV.

The crash apparently occurred as Fegan attempted to merge onto the highway before running out of room.

The agency fired him with cause, alleging he had operated a side agency and was trying to poach clients from Independent Sports & Entertainment.

In 2016, Fegan was ranked 23rd in Forbes' list of Sports Agents.


Fegan's family released an official statement through a spokesman named Terry Fahn, who represents the Sitrick and Company after the shocking loss.

USA Today noted Fegan had an "aggressive" style of negotiating on behalf of his clients, who included at one time or another John Wall of the Washington Wizards, Dwight Howard of the Charlotte Hornets and the New Orleans Pelicans' DeMarcus Cousins. Fegan's reputation and steal his clients'. Considering his enormous expertise and lengthy experience, the National Basketball Association perhaps lost one of the better agents for the future.

Parsons took to Twitter to express his condolences. This isn't fair but i know you are in a better place and we will have a glass of red again someday.

The report of Fegan's death comes from Aspen, Colo. where early on Sunday morning Fegan's vehicle collided with a bus.



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