Dan Fegan, Influential NBA Agent, Dies At 56 In Colorado Car Crash

Dan Fegan, Influential NBA Agent, Dies At 56 In Colorado Car Crash

Dan Fegan, Influential NBA Agent, Dies At 56 In Colorado Car Crash

National Basketball Association super agent Dan Fegan was killed in a vehicle crash in Colorado Sunday morning, according to the Aspen Times' Erica Robbie. During his prime, the 56-yard old was a household name and was thoroughly appreciated by the National Basketball Association fraternity.

Fegan was driving his SUV on a highway when it was struck by a bus near Aspen, Colorado.

Two other passengers in the SUV, a 29-year-old woman from California and Fegan's 5-year-old son, were airlifted to a hospital in Denver with serious injuries, according to Colorado State Trooper Gabe Easton.

Fegan's family issued a statement via spokesman Terry Fahn: "Today we lost a great man, father, son and brother who always stood up not only for his clients but also for what he knew was right".

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In 2016, Fegan was on Forbes magazine's list of top agents.

There was one passenger on the bus but neither the driver nor the passenger was injured in the crash. "It created a hard situation, but Fegan was determined to do what he thought was best for his client", Jeff Zillgitt wrote. "We ask for privacy at this hard time", the statement added.

In 2012, Fegan made headlines when it was revealed he was leaking information about a meeting between Dwight Howard and Rob Hennigan, the Magic General Manager, the Richest reported. He had a public falling out in 2017 with his agency, Independant Sports & Entertainment (ISE). Many players as well as other sports personalities offered their condolences on the event of Fegan's death.

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