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Andre Iguodala (39), a former NBA player from the Final MVP, will take on a new challenge.
"ESPN" reported on the 10th (Korea Standard Time) that Iguodala will serve as the acting secretary general of the NBA Players Union.
Iguodala will replace Tamika Tremaglio, who resigned as secretary general, to lead the players' union until a successor is available.
For now, the athletes' union began to find a new secretary-general. ESPN said there is a possibility that Iguodala will be officially appointed as secretary general after removing the acting label.
Iguodala played in a total of 1,231 games while he was active. He won four times for the Golden State Warriors and was also the final MVP in the 2014-15 season.
He was selected to the All-Rookie Team for the 2004-05 season and has two All-Star experience.
He has been a member of the executive committee of the NBA players' union since 2015. ESPN said he experienced success by investing in several businesses.
The former secretary general, Tremaglio, led negotiations on a new seven-year labor-management agreement announced by NBA labor and management in April. Later, he reportedly discussed the resignation of the secretary-general with the leadership of the athletes' union.
CJ McCollum, a New Orleans Pelicans guard who represents the players' union, said, "It is an exciting proposal for a former player to serve as the secretary general of the players' union. We appreciate Tamika's dedication and leadership and will welcome Dalla with joy as the new acting secretary general," he said.
Thursday, November 9, 2023