Sunday, May 27th, 2012 at 1:39 pm  |  5 responses

Report: Thunder and Spurs Executives are Strong Candidates for Magic GM Job

With Otis Smith and the Orlando Magic “mutually agreeing” that Smith would leave his post as Magic GM, Orlando is on the search for a replacement, and according to Yahoo! Sports, that search has led them to Oklahoma City and San Antonio: “The Orlando Magic’s search for a general manager is centering on the Western Conference finals, where top Oklahoma City and San Antonio executives have emerged as serious candidates for the opening, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. Thunder vice president and assistant general manager Troy Weaver and Spurs assistant GM Dennis Lindsey have been targeted, and Orlando has been granted permission to talk with Weaver, sources said. The Spurs’ OK of permission for Lindsey is imminent, sources said.  Orlando has also been granted permission to speak with Oklahoma City’s assistant GM Rob Hennigan, who came into the league with the Spurs. The Magic have strong interest in ex-New Orleans GM Jeff Bower, whom they’re expected to interview in the near future, the Orlando Sentinel reported on Friday. Magic CEO Alex Martins plans to hire a GM and let him conduct a search to replace fired coach Stan Van Gundy. Martins and Orlando officials will start meeting with candidates next week.”

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  • jose

    Smart idea. . .

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  • Shecky Shabazz

    As they should be. Those organizations are built for the long haul. There’s a reason they’re the last two teams standing in the West and had the two top seeds.

  • http://moontain.org Fredd

    better hurry

  • Mike Mihalow

    All those comments Phil Jackson made about the Spurs staff not being real NBAers is coming back to bite him in the a$$.