Iguodala named acting NBPA director after Tremaglio steps down

Adrian Wojnarowski
Senior NBA Insider
Nov 9, 2023, 03:34 PM ET
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After less than two years on the job, National Basketball Players Association executive director Tamika Tremaglio has stepped down, paving the way for Andre Iguodala to take on the role of acting executive director.

A formal search is expected to begin in the future, and it is unclear whether Iguodala, a long-standing member of the NBPA’s executive committee, will be a candidate for the permanent executive director position, sources revealed to ESPN.

Tremaglio spearheaded the NBPA’s negotiations for a new seven-year collective bargaining agreement with the league, finalizing the deal in April. Shortly after, she began discussing a possible departure with union leadership.

“Having a former player at the helm of the union as executive director is an exciting prospect,” stated NBPA president CJ McCollum of the New Orleans Pelicans. “We appreciate Tamika for her service and leadership throughout the CBA process and are thrilled to welcome Andre as acting executive director.”

Iguodala, who retired after 18 years in the NBA, has been a member of the NBPA’s executive committee since 2015. He has been actively involved in various successful business ventures, including the founding of a $200 million venture capitalist fund with Mosaic General Partnership.


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