Vlade Divac has quietly emerged as the new lead voice of the Sacramento Kings’ front office, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that Divac, who was recently hired by the Kings under the seemingly broad title of vice president of basketball and franchise operations, is indeed regarded as the team’s top basketball official by owner Vivek Ranadive after months of turbulence in Sacramento.
February 25, 2017 | 7:36 pm EST Update
Jackson found himself on the bench for the fourth quarter and overtime of Detroit’s come-from-behind win Thursday over Charlotte. “I think he’s been trying defensively,” said Pistons president-coach Stan Van Gundy. “Just offensively, we’ve got to find an answer. I know he’s frustrated. He’s frustrated with me, play calls and things like that. So, we’re going to have to find something to where he can play more effectively, more productively, on the offensive end of the court.”
“He and I have got to make sure we’re on the same page,” Van Gundy said. “Reggie’s been good through the whole thing. His attitude has been great. He’s trying to find his way without having the ball as much in his hands. That’s not easy. This isn’t an easy situation for him.”