Recently retired four-time NBA champion Andre Iguodala is expected to be named executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, league sources said Thursday. Here’s what you need to know:
- Current executive director Tamika Tremaglio, who took on the role in January 2022, is stepping down, the sources said.
- Iguodala, 39, officially announced his retirement from playing last month after 19 NBA seasons.
- The 2015 NBA Finals MVP told DealBook at the time of his retirement announcement he planned to focus on his career as a start-up investor, running a $200 million venture capital fund, Mosaic, with business partner Rudy Cline-Thomas. Iguodala is already an investor in Zoom, Leeds FC, Bay Area FC and a TGL team, according to The New York Times.
Just In: Four-time NBA champion Andre Iguodala is expected to be named the new executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, replacing Tamika Tremaglio who is stepping down, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. pic.twitter.com/FMuIHnTvtB
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