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Gadson: P.J. Hairston’s Agent Not Certified

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There’s yet another wrinkle in the P.J. Hairston saga.

Hairston’s agent, Juan Morrow, identifies himself as a “certified player agent” on his website and social media profiles for his agency, Upside Media Group.

According to the National Basketball Players Association, that’s not true.

In fact, Robert Gadson, director of the NBPA’s Security and Agent Administration Department told Sporting News on Thursday that there is “no record of a Juan Morrow in (the NBPA’s) files, nor is there record of an applicant by that name.”

If it is discovered that an agent’s certifications were not valid when a contract was signed, then “all terms within the contract are voided,” Gadson said. It is unclear whether rookie contract negotiations between the Hornets and Hairston have taken place.

via Kami Mattioli of the Sporting News

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