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Josh Ketroser, agent to Marcus Smart, departs Wasserman

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 11 / 21 / 16

J osh Ketroser , agent to Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart , has left Wasserman . Ketroser confirmed he had left the agency but did not have any other comment. Ketroser is the latest agent to leave the basketball practice since Arn Tell...

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