Report: Pistons assistant GM Pat Garrity candidate for Bucks executive role

Detroit Pistons assistant GM Pat Garrity is among a group being considered by the Milwaukee Bucks, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Detroit Pistons assistant general manager Pat Garrity is among a group of candidates being considered to be the next team architect for...
Via Piston Powered
June 02, 2017

Report: Milwaukee Bucks Adding Two Names to GM List

Another day, another #WojBomb as two more candidates are added to the pool As the Milwaukee Bucks continue their quest to replace departed general manager John Hammond, Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the team has requested and been granted permission to contact two more candidates: Pat Garrity (assistant GM in Detroit) and Adam Simon (assistant GM in Miami/general manager of the...
Via Brew Hoop
June 01, 2017

Pistons announce promotions, new hires

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) The Detroit Pistons have promoted Pat Garrity, Adam Glessner and J.R. Holden to senior leadership positions. Garrity is now an associate general manager, Glessner is director of player personnel and Holden is director of international scouting. Detroit also announced other promotions Friday, including Jorge Costa to director of research and technology...
Via Associated Press
September 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Pistons promote Pat Garrity to associate GM

Pistons promote three in management as front office takes shape The Detroit Pistons have named Pat Garrity associate general manager, Adam Glessner the director of player personnel and J.R. Holden director of international scouting. The moves were necessitated when the team lost assistant GM Ken Catanella to the Sacramento Kings in the offseason. “We are pleased to complete our...
Via Detroit Bad Boys
September 23, 2016

QUIZ: Name every first-round draft pick of the Milwaukee Bucks since 1979

The Milwaukee Bucks famously drafted Lew Alcindor first overall in 1969 which, along with the tireless work of Oscar Robertson, led to a NBA championship in 1971. The team also drafted the rights to Julius Erving - but Dr. J opted for the ABA and never played for the team. However, in 1979, the Bucks made a great pick at 5th overall and drafted a player that would make them perennial...
August 30, 2016  |  Discuss

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