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Iguodala confident as Rosenthal takes charge at Landmark

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 24 / 17

G olden State Warrior Andre Iguodala says his agent, Brandon Rosenthal , is like the assistant coach who finally gets his shot to be the head coach. “It’s similar to the coach who went to Washington from Syracuse — Mike Hop...

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