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Pat Garrity
Pat Garrity
Position: None
Born: 08/23/76
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight:238 lbs. / 108 kg.
The Detroit Pistons announced today several promotions and four new additions to the basketball operations staff. Pat Garrity (associate general manager), Adam Glessner (director, player personnel) and J.R. Holden (director, international scouting) have been promoted to senior leadership positions within the department. “We are pleased to complete our basketball operations staff for the upcoming season and look forward to the contributions of those who have been promoted and those who join our organization,” said General Manager Jeff Bower. “Pat Garrity, Adam Glessner and J.R. Holden have been a major part of our staff over the last three seasons and their promotion to senior leadership positions is a natural progression. Their effectiveness and unique skill sets will allow our basketball operations staff to evolve seamlessly moving forward.”
Joining Drummond at the Jalen Rose-hosted charity golf outing Monday from the Pistons was new assistant general manager Pat Garrity, team ambassador Earl Cureton and play-by-play voice Mark Champion. The sixth-annual event, sponsored by Pistons owner Tom Gores’ Platinum Equity, raised more than $100,000 for the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, a tuition-free public charter high school in Detroit.
Detroit Pistons Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Stan Van Gundy announced today promotions and restructuring within the basketball operations staff. Pat Garrity has been promoted to assistant general manager, Andrew Loomis to chief of staff and Bob Beyer to associate head coach. Otis Smith joins the Pistons’ staff as director of player development/assistant coach while assistant coach Brendan Malone will transition to a special assignment scout, residing in New York. Quentin Richardson is leaving the organization for personal reasons.
Hunter can be fiery and convincing. It’s a skill that has served players in negotiations with the NBA. It has also served to squelch (Tellem would say “intimidate”) those like Pat Garrity and Derek Fisher who have both questioned his business practices. Regardless, player reps have heard complaints about Hunter for years and Hunter’s force of personality has, by numerous insider accounts, been the driving force preventing them from taking action.