Kings hire Williams as assistant GM

Jul 30, 2017 - 8:24 PM The Sacramento Kings hired Brandon D. Williams as assistant general manager on Sunday.

"We are so excited that Brandon is joining our front office team," Kings general manager Vlade Divac said in a release. "He is an experienced and talented basketball executive. His knowledge of player development and basketball operations combined with his legal skills will be a strong addition to our team."

Williams' new job includes supporting all facets of the day-to-day operation of the Kings front office, including roster composition, player evaluation and development, contractual negotiations, free agency procurement, collegiate, G-League and NBA scouting processes and player personnel matters.

Previously, Williams spent four seasons as an executive with Philadelphia, most recently serving as vice president of basketball administration and general manager of the NBA G-League's Delaware 87ers.

Before working in basketball operations from a team perspective, Williams spent nine seasons in the NBA league office as director of NBA player development (2005-07) and associate VP of basketball operations (2007-13).

Williams played nine professional seasons in the NBA, CBA, D-League and abroad.

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