Michael Lee, Washington Post Staff Writer, offers a nice BIO on our new GM and former Cavaliers player Danny Ferry.
“He was the 6-year-old kid who sat on his father’s lap when then Washington Bullets general manager Bob Ferry scouted talent for the team. He was the 8-year-old kid Wes Unseld used to dangle over the Bullets’ practice court. He was the 11-year-old kid who upset his big brother by dressing “Bullets,” the family dog, in a team sweater the night Washington beat Seattle in Game 7 of the NBA Finals in 1978.
And now he is the 39-year-old kid who has followed his father into the family business — running a professional basketball team. “I’m not really surprised, no,” Bob Ferry said by phone when asked about his son’s professional pursuits. “He grew up around the game.”
For a complete look at his story click HERE.