If you want to succeed in the world of entertainment, you need to be well guided and properly represented, so hiring an agent is a major no-brainer, especially considering the huge sums of money athletes and entertainers have on their hands.
Rich Paul is one of the league’s top-tier agents all ballers want to sign with, mostly because of his close relationship with fellow Ohio Native LeBron James, the most iconic player of his firm: Klutch Sports Group.
Over the course of years, Klutch Sports Group has put his hands on some of the best ballers in the NBA, constantly trying to add young talents and recently inking Anthony Davis. Today, we’re going to let you know about the dream team they could put together with the players they represent.
Clients: LeBron James, Eric Bledsoe, Anthony Davis, JR Smith, Tristan Thompson, Nerlens Noel, Norris Cole, Cory Joseph, Trey Lyles, Ben McLemore, Kosta Koufos, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, John Wall, Montrezl Harrell, Ben Simmons, Dejounte Murray, Shabazz Muhammad, Terrance Ferguson, Nerlens Noel, Miles Bridges, Marcus Morris, Markieff Morris
PG: John Wall
John Wall is one of the best point guards in the world. He’s deadly in passing lanes, is a one-man fast break, has improved his shooting and can make passes just a handful of players would be able to.
Wall is a dime machine and a much better defender than people credit him for, and even though he hasn’t been able to lead the Wizards to success, you have to recognize he’s lacked a true support cast so far.
SG: Eric Bledsoe
We all thought Eric Bledsoe would be much better than he is at this point of his career, but constant injuries and nagging pains definitely took a toll on his development over the course of the years.
Even so, he’s one of the strongest and most athletic guards in the league, can score in bunches, is a willing rebounder and playmaker and could even be a good defender when locked in. Don’t tell Terry Rozier that, though.
SF: Ben Simmons
Ben Simmons is set to carry LeBron James’ torch as the firm’s cornerstone for many, many years to come, as this young man looks like an MVP in the making that’s going to lead the Sixers’ dynasty for over a decade.
Simmons is already one of the craftiest passers we’ve ever seen, and a dominant scorer that doesn’t need to have a good jump shot to fill up the stat sheet on a nightly basis. He’s going to be a stud for a very long time.
PF: LeBron James
This guy doesn’t need an introduction, he’s King James. LeBron has completely ruled basketball scene for over 15 years and has put his name in the GOAT conversation ever since making it to the league.
Entering his 16th season, it looks as if he could easily play until he’s at least 40 years old, something pretty sick considering how much minutes he’s always played and how well conserved his body is.
C: Anthony Davis
Anthony Davis is the most recent jewel landed by Rich Paul as he parted ways with his long-life agent a couple of weeks ago, and some people even speculate that this move may be the first step of a plan to force his way out to the Pelicans.
Truth or not, Davis is one of the most talented two-way big men in the league and a guy that constantly has MVP-caliber seasons but that doesn’t get noticed because of his team’s lack of success.