The power and the glory

McCallum, Jack
November 1992
Sports Illustrated;11/9/92, Vol. 77 Issue 20, p88
Profiles David Falk, noted and successful business agent for several superstar athletes. A dining-out experience in Miami; The agent from Hell; A grudging admiration; A reluctance to criticize him; Has a big ego; Impressive client list; Second most powerful man in professional basketball; Lucrative endorsement deals; The creative Ewing deal; Football clients; An eight-year relationship with Michael Jordan; Without peer in the business; Nike and Air Jordan; More.


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