While many know him as the man who represents LeBron James and, by proxy, runs the NBA, Rich Paul has put together an impressive list of clients under his belt that fly under the radar. By any metric, he's the agent for some of the most recognizable names across the NBA's landscape.
With his name having been linked mostly to James and Anthony Davis in recent months, however, it's important to know just how far his reach stretches when it comes to Klutch Sports.
6. Kosta Koufos
Since entering the league back in 2008, Kosta Koufos has managed to serve as a solid backup center for a number of teams.
He's averaged just 5.7 points and 5.0 rebounds per game over the course of his career.
Nevertheless, Paul was able to help land him a four-year, $33 million contract in the summer of 2015.
5. Cory Joseph
Like Koufos, Rich Paul managed to get Cory Joseph paid in the summer of 2015, where he signed a four-year deal worth $30 million.
Despite his durability, Joseph has never averaged more than 9.3 points per game in a single season.
The 27-year-old was a late first-round pick in 2011 and won a title with the San Antonio Spurs back in 2014.
4. Trey Lyles
Trey Lyles was a former lottery pick, selected 12th overall by the Utah Jazz back in 2015.
Since then, he's shown flashes of potential in limited minutes, including this past season, where he averaged 8.5 points in just 17.5 minutes a night.
3. Terrance Ferguson
An uber-athletic two-guard, Terrance Ferguson saw an increase in opportunities during his sophomore campaign with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In the absence of Andre Roberson, his playing time more than doubled to 26.1 minutes per game.
The former first-round pick also shot 36.6% from distance on 3.6 attempts a night.
2. Miles Bridges
The 12th overall pick in the 2018 Draft, Miles Bridges averaged 7.5 points and 4.0 rebounds in less than 22 minutes per game as a rookie for the Charlotte Hornets.
The 6-7 forward also showed off his incredible vertical all season long, enough to earn him a spot in the 2018 Dunk Contest.
1. Nerlens Noel
Despite a promising beginning early on in his career, Nerlens Noel's trajectory has taken a nosedive in recent years.
The former Kentucky Wildcat served as a backup for the OKC Thunder this past season on a one-year deal, where he averaged just 4.9 points and 4.2 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per game. Can Paul get him paid, too?