Hairdresser David Fennelly, who was named to the 2015 All-Star Game, said he plans to retire after playing for more than two decades.
“It’s been a dream job and I’m ready to leave.
It’s the first time in a long time that I’ve been offered a job that I haven’t wanted to do.
I’m a very loyal guy and I always wanted to come to the NBA.
Now that I’m getting older and seeing the benefits of my time here, I just need to get on with it,” Fenneny told Bleacher, referring to the All-Stars game in which he scored 21 points.
Fennedy has been a fixture at the All Star game since its inception, appearing in eight games.
“I always thought the game was really important, but I never imagined that it would grow to the point where it’s become a big part of the culture,” Fenton said.
FENNEY IS GOING TO RENEW HIS HAIRDESSER CAREER Fenney is retiring after playing more than 2,000 games and has been named to eight All-star games.
FERNANDEZ PICKS HIS HAIRED DRESSER DRESSES FOR HEALTH BENEFITS According to Forbes, the average salary of a hairdressing professional in the United States is $60,000, but Fenny said his salary was around $60K a year.
“My job has helped me in my health.
I have gotten better at keeping my skin healthy.
I was a guy that didn’t think about my health but now that I think about it, I think that’s a good thing,” Fernandez told Forbes.
FENTON FENTY’S LATE-LIFE CAREER Hairstyling in Las Vegas in 2015.
Source: Bleacherreport.com hairddresserfernandofernandez,fernandosports,fernandesports,basketball,basketballplayer,federico,fernandez source Bleachersreport title NBA player Fernando Fernandez to retire at age of 42: ‘The time is right’ article The NBA player known as the “Fernando Fernandez of basketball” has been called a “superstar” and a “great ambassador” for his team in the sport.
Fernandez has played in more than 600 games and was a member of the Miami Heat for more a decade, but has also had stints with the San Antonio Spurs, New Orleans Pelicans, Washington Wizards and Atlanta Hawks.
Fernandez played his first game in the NBA on June 12, 2014, and was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers on Feb. 4, 2015.
He signed a three-year, $31.4 million contract extension in March of that year, but is set to become a free agent next summer.
FELIPE’S CAREER STATS Career stats in: points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, field goals made, field goal percentage, free throws made, 3-point percentage, field-goal percentage, points per game, fieldgoal percentage per game and PER source Bleached.com article Felipe Hernandez, who is the son of the late NBA player Jorge Hernandez, played in just six NBA games in 2015-16.
The 29-year-old Brazilian-born forward was selected to the 2016 All-NBA First Team after averaging 18.3 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.4 assists in just 23.6 minutes per game.
He is a former All-American and was named a finalist for the 2014-15 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
“The NBA is a game of competition, and there are a lot of great players and I just love the game,” Felipe said in a press release announcing his retirement.
“But I’ve always been interested in basketball, so I’ve got to go back to Brazil and see my mom and my family, which is really important to me.”
Felipe is the only player from the U.S. to represent Brazil in the Rio Olympics.