Found June 03, 2013 on RealGM:
The Toronto Raptors are likely to part ways with Maurizio Gherardini, according to a source. The Raptors have already let go of pro scouting director Jim Kelly and vice president of pro scouting Dave Pendergraft. Gherardini has been the Raptors' face in Europe. Masai Ujiri has been turning over the Raptors' front office since he was hired as general manager.
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