What goes into negotiating NBA contracts from the agent’s perspective?


When a player like star Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown lands a massive NBA contract, we hear plenty about what was in the contract — but what about what went into negotiating it? While some aspects of that process will never see the light of day, expert agents have opened the curtain a bit at times, such as in a recent interview on the ESPN “Hoop Collective” podcast.

Mark Termini, a celebrated NBA agent, discussed his five-decade-long career negotiating over two billion dollars in professional sports contracts. The conversation focused on his strategies, experiences, and key moments that have shaped the landscape of NBA contract negotiations.

To get a better idea of how agents secure the bag for their clients in the league of today, check out Termini’s talk with the Hoops Collective host Brian Windhorst embedded below.

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire



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