The Kings have made Peja Stojakovic an assistant general manager.
Stojakovic, a three-time All-Star forward with the Kings, had been serving as vice president of basketball and team development.
“I am thrilled to announce that Peja will serve in this expanded role,” Kings general manager Vlade Divac said in a media release. “His experience as a player and basketball executive combined with his ability to develop players and assess talent is a valuable asset to the Kings.”
The change in title expands Stojakovic's role since he joined the Kings' front office in 2015 under Divac. Stojakovic will still focus on player development and oversight of the Kings' G League team, the Stockton Kings.
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The Kings' other assistant general managers, Brandon Williams and Ken Catanella, will remain in their current roles.