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by xerova November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am

Sep 4th 2008 10:35PM by Tom Ziller (author feed)
Filed under: Hornets, Kings, RocketsWithout question, the biggest NBA free agent debacle of this decade was Bonzi Wells’ decision to reject a $37 million, five-year offer from Sacramento two summers ago. The Kings moved on, signing John Salmons to a cheaper contract. Wells moved on … eventually. He took a two-year, $4.5 million deal with Houston. He played rarely, and was mercifully traded to New Orleans this February. He is currently chillin’ on the vine, waiting for some nominal contract.

During that uncomfortable three-month interlude in 2006, Bonzi canned his agent, William Phillips. Phillips apparently no longer has any NBA clients. (Go figure.) … he is still in the representation business. And he’s still turning everything he touches to gold, as the ’s Sam Amick points out:
[H]e has lost yet another high-profile client. This time, however, it wasn’t his own doing. Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who has used Phillips as his representation for quite a few years, resigned today amid a cloud of controversy that just wouldn’t go away.
Not a good batting average there, Mr. Phillips.


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