Ben Simmons is Leaving Rich Paul & Klutch Sports Group
Ben Simmons, the former Philadelphia 76er and current Brooklyn Nets guard, is leaving his former sports agency, Klutch Sports Group. This news comes from ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne, who reported that the two sides had amicably decided to part ways. Klutch Sports has represented Simmons since he entered the league and is well known for representing superstars like LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Simmons joins a list of other big names who have left Klutch Sports, including Kyrie Irving and Draymond Green. It will be interesting to see which agency Simmons joins as he looks to further his career with the Nets guarding Ben.
Ben Simmons is one of the most exciting NBA stars in the game, and his decision to leave his agency Klutch Sports Group, has sent shockwaves throughout the league. The former Sixer star was a draft prospect for the 76ers when they chose Joel Embiid first overall in 2014, and since then, he has cemented himself as one of Philadelphia’s premier talents.
Simmons has made two All-Star teams and been named to multiple All-NBA teams while making three consecutive trips to the playoffs with Philadelphia. His move comes after former Nets guard Ben was released by Brooklyn earlier this season, leaving an opening at Kutch Sports Group for a new star player like Simmons. With his combination of athleticism and court vision, it’s no wonder that Simmons is a sought-after talent by many agencies. It will be interesting to see who becomes his new representation as he looks to continue thriving in Brooklyn with Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and James Harden leading the way for them next season.
Ben Simmons is one of the top NBA players currently in the league, and leaving his agency, Klutch Sports Group, has certainly gotten people talking.