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Chris Mullin will join the Sacramento Kings' front office in a role beyond his previous advising position, according to sources.
Pete D'Alessandro and Vivek Ranadive have recruited Mullin to join the franchise.
When Ranadive hired D'Alessandro, he credited Mullin's strong recommendation as a key factor, saying: "[Mullin] told me Pete's the smartest guy out there."
Mullin had been an ESPN analyst.
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The Sacramento Kings on Thursday hired Hall of Famer Chris Mullin as an adviser to owner Vivek Ranadive and general manager Pete D'Alessandro.
Mullin had been advising Ranadive since the Silicon Valley software magnate bought the team in May, including scouting ahead of the NBA draft. Ranadive also said he had sought Mullin's advice before hiring D'Alessandro, who worked...
Chris Mullin is joining the Sacramento Kings' front office according to sources familiar with the team's plans.
Sources say that Mullin has been recruited by the Kings to expand upon his previous senior advisory role in support of new general manager Pete D'Alessandro and majority owner Vivek Ranadive.
D'Alessandro broke into NBA management under Mullin when the...
Joel Abelson has agreed to become head coach of the Reno Bighorns, D-League affiliate for the Sacramento Kings.
Abelson spent last season as head coach of the Sioux Falls Skyforce and was previously an assistant coach with the Idaho Stampede.
The Miami Heat took over the Skyforce operations this summer and installed their own staff while letting Abelson go.