Found June 17, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
First, Executive of the Year Masai Ujiri bolted for the Toronto Raptors. Then Coach of the Year George Karl was shown the door. Now Pete D'Alessandro has become next in line to exit the Mile High City. The former Denver Nuggets vice president of basketball operations Pete D'Alessandro will be officially named the new General Manager of the Sacramento Kings according to numerous reports, with D’Alessandro taking over for the Kings’ longtime GM Geoff Petrie. The announcement is expected to come from the Kings on Monday. A salary cap guru, D’Alessandro becomes the second major addition to the organization by new owner Vivek Ranadive, who signed Mike Malone as Sacramento’s head coach to a four-year deal two weeks ago. Both Memphis Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace and former Indiana Pacers GM David Morway (among others) were under consideration for the position before Ranadive named D’Alessandro as Petrie’s successor. Sacramento is not done revamping their fro...

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Report: Kings Hire Nuggets Executive Pete D’Alessandro as GM

According to a report via Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Denver Nuggets have had another one of their highly-touted executives poached, after the Sacramento Kings are said to have hired Pete D’Alessandro. The Sacramento Kings have reached an agreement in principle to make Denver VP Pete D'Alessandro its general manager, league sources tell Y! — Adrian Wojnarowski...

Kings hire D'Alessandro as GM

The Sacramento Kings hired Denver executive Pete D'Alessandro as their new general manager on Saturday. D'Alessandro will replace the departing Geoff Petrie, a team official confirmed on condition of anonymity because there has not been a formal announcement yet. The move was first reported by Yahoo! Sports. New owner Vivek Ranadive has already hired Mike Malone as the...
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