Honestly, can someone explain this to me and why I should care? Cause I don't understand this at all. Was adding another senior executive with undefined duties really a must-do for this organization? They've already got Colangelo, Eversley, Gherardini, Triano, Kelly.... how many more senior executives do they need? Jebus, these guys have more senior executives to oversee a roster of 15 players than most MLB teams which are overseeing organizations of like 150 to 200 players.
i know this is wayy off topic but has anyone ever watched the wayans bros before? that show is the best
Colangelo getting compliments from the runner up's (Jeff Bower) agent, via Toronto Sun:
TORONTO - Despite an earlier reported stumble, Bryan Colangelo has added Ed Stefanski to his front office staff.
Stefanski was named Toronto’s executive vice-president of basketball operations on Wednesday.
He served as general manager under Rod Thorn in Philadelphia as well as previously in New Jersey.
Stefanski was let go by the Sixers last week by the team's new owner.
Colangelo had been looking to boost his basketball brain-trust ever since he lost up-and-comer Masai Ujiri to the Denver Nuggets last August.
As expected, this search was never about finding a general manager who would bump Colangelo upstairs. Colangelo will still have final say on all basketball matters, but Stefanski will provide another established voice.
“Ed Stefanski embodies everything I was hoping to attain when the search began for a top level basketball executive to join our staff,” Colangelo said in a