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It’s a Tough Year to Be Lonnie Cooper’s Client

by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am

Dec 15th 2008 5:25PM by Matt Watson (author feed)
Filed under: Kings, Pacers, NBA RumorsJim O'BrienFollowing Sacramento’s dismissal of Reggie Theus, there have been six coaches fired in fewer than seven weeks since the start of the regular season. You know what’s even more amazing? According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo, all six coaches share the same agent, Lonnie Cooper of Career Sports & Entertainment.

That’s probably a testament to Cooper’s expansive client base than anything else — he’s been called “The Coach Agent” for, well, being the agent for a lot of coaches. But still, that’s an incredible streak of bad luck. Who’s next? Doc Rivers and Nate McMillan, both Cooper clients, are probably safe, but I’m less confident about Jim O’Brien, coach of the 7-16 Pacers. Start polishing the resume, Jimmy, the writing is on the wall.


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