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Retired Forward, Detroit Pistons & Miami Heat

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John Salley Booking Agency Profile

Call PFP Sports Talent Agency at 1.800.966.1380 if you would like to contact a John Salley booking agent for a speaking engagement, personal appearance, product endorsement or corporate event. John Salley, a 15-year NBA veteran, was the first NBA player to win four championships with three different teams. During the 80’s, Salley was a member of the Detroit Piston “Bad Boys” squad, which included Isaiah Thomas, Dennis Rodman and Bill Lambeer. Salley then played in Chicago with Michael Jordan as part of the Bulls 1996 championship team. In 1999, Phil Jackson invited Salley to come to Los Angeles to provide experience and leadership to the 1999-2000 Lakers’ championship team.

After his retirement from the NBA in 2000, Salley explored several opportunities in both television and film. His film credits include BAD BOYS I and II, EDDIE and the ABC Christmas movie starring George Lopez entitled NAUGHTY OR NICE. Salley also hosted the Southern Sports Awards show airing on Fox Sports, the CTPAA Beacon Awards show and the CTAM Mark Awards. Salley was also the host of The John Salley Block Party on 100.3 The Beat Morning Show.

Salley is currently serving as the co-host of the Emmy-nominated, critically acclaimed “The Best Damn Sports Show Period” on Fox Sports Net. He was also the host of the show BALLERS seen on BET.

Salley is the head of his own production company, Black Folk Entertainment. Using his uncanny ability to find unique and interesting projects, Salley plans on bringing to fruition many TV and film projects currently on his slate.

John and his brother Jerry head The Salley Foundation, a 501C. Salley is also involved with raising awareness about the AIDS pandemic by working in conjunction with VH1 and The Global Fund. He is also actively involved with Operation Smile, traveling to Brazil on a mission with the organization to help change the lives of children all over the world.

With a passion for food and wine, Salley regularly contributes articles to Wine Spectator and Cigar Aficionado along with Se7en and Post USA Magazine.

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