NBA Agent Wins Rare Tampering Case

NBA Agent Wins Rare Tampering Case

By standard measures, Quincy Douby’s N.B.A. career has been fleeting and forgettable. He entered the league in 2006, played sparingly for three seasons and never averaged more than 5 points before playing last season in Turkey.

Yet this blip of a career has cost a prominent player agent tens of thousands of dollars and dented his reputation. It could potentially get him disciplined by the National Basketball Players Association, which certifies and regulates agents.

In a ruling issued this summer, an arbitrator found that the agent Andy Miller had illegally interfered with Douby’s relationship with another agent, Keith Glass. Miller was ordered to pay $40,000 in damages.

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