Longtime NBA agent Dan Fegan passed away in a vehicle accident in Colorado.
Dan Fegan was driving an SUV when he was hit by a bus on Highway 82 around 9.22am Sunday, sources confirmed to the Aspen Times.
Fegan's five-year-old son and a 29-year-old woman were also in the SUV and airlifted to a hospital in Denver with "serious injuries". The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority CEO said the driver didn't have time to avoid the collision. While of course the nice words won't bring him Fegan back, it's great that the National Basketball Association was fortunate enough to have Fegan contribute over the years.
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Howard reacted to the news on Twitter, writing, "My heart and prayers go out to the family, especially Dan's young son who was apparently injured in this accident".
In 2016 Forbes magazine listed him as one of the top agents in the country and his clients through the years included Dwight Howard, John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins, Nene and Ricky Rubio. "We ask for privacy at this hard time", the statement added. Fegan was recently involved in a very much open split with the Independent Sports & Entertainment agency. "It created a hard situation, but Fegan was determined to do what he thought was best for his client", Jeff Zillgitt wrote. Considering his enormous expertise and lengthy experience, the National Basketball Association perhaps lost one of the better agents for the future. I can't believe you are gone. This isn't fair but i know you are in a better place and we will have a glass of red again someday.