While the Sacramento Kings still may add another part or two (most likely a ‘consultant’ type figure) to their front office, it appears for the most part the basketball operations side of the Kings is now complete. Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the franchise has hired Mike Bratz to take on the role of assistant general manager.
According to Wojo:
Denver’s Mike Bratz is flying to Sacramento to finalize deal as assistant GM today, sources tell Y! He’ll reunite w/ GM Pete D’Alessandro.
Bratz, who you might recall played for the Kings in 1986 spent nine seasons in the NBA as a guard before moving onto front office roles. In addition to working in the front offices of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Washington Wizards, Utah Jazz and more, Bratz also worked for the Kings as a scout and as the Kings’ pregame and postgame radio host.
Despite an impressive resume, the Lompoc native might be most well known for being the last player to ever wear #23 for the Chicago Bulls prior to Michael Jordan.