CJ McCollum of the Portland Trail Blazers was elected President of the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) at Saturday’s Board of NBPA Player Representatives. McCollum replaces Chris Paul, who served as president for eight years.
Introducing the new NBPA President, @CJMcCollum— NBPA (@TheNBPA) August 7, 2021
As voted by the players, CJ McCollum was elected as the new President of the NBPA at today’s Board of NBPA Player Representatives meeting and will begin his 4-year term as President immediately. #WeAre450 pic.twitter.com/6PndqXq2yA
Additionally, Grant Williams of the Boston Celtics was voted by the players as the new NBPA vice president.
NBPA VP, @Grant2Will— NBPA (@TheNBPA) August 7, 2021
Grant Williams was voted by the players as the new Vice President of the NBPA at today’s Board of NBPA Player Representatives meeting and will begin his term as Vice President immediately. #WeAre450 pic.twitter.com/omQKN51HlZ
McCollum and Williams will join the NBPA Executive Committee alongside Andre Iguodala (First VP), Harrison Barnes (Secretary-Treasurer), Bismack Biyombo (VP), Malcolm Brogdon (VP), Jaylen Brown (VP), Kyrie Irving (VP) and Garrett Temple (VP).