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Late last week it looked as if the Los Angeles Clippers had come to terms on a new deal that would keep their Vice President Of Basketball Operations Neil Olshey in place for the next few years. Unfortunately for the Clippers, the franchise and the architect of the team that won only their second NBA Playoff series last month, since moving to Los Angeles were unable to reach an agreement. Olshey would not be on the open market for long; as the “Oregonian” reported Tuesday, that the Portland Trail Blazers introduced the former Clippers executive as their new General Manager at a press conference at the Rose Garden, late Tuesday afternoon.
The Blazers have been without a permanent General Manager since Team Owner fired Rich Cho last spring, after less than a year in the position. He replaces Chad Buchanan, who has filled the position on an interim basis and will remain with the team. Olshey originally interviewed for his new job last August, however Portland decided to hold off on fi...
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The Los Angeles Clippers and Neil Olshey Monday mutually agreed to end discussions concerning Olshey's future with the team. An agreement in principle, reached and announced on June 1, will not be completed and the two parties have agreed to part ways.
"Circumstances have obviously undergone some movement since our announcement Friday. In light of that, we want to wish...
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The Portland Trail Blazers have hired former Los Angeles Clippers GM Neil Olshey as the team's new general manager.
The announcement by the Blazers Monday came less than an hour after the Clippers announced that they had decided to part ways with Olshey.
Last season, Olshey oversaw a major retooling of the Clippers' roster that included signing All-Star Chris Paul in December...