HoopsHype Scott Perry rumors
Magic officials already have scouted the likes of Kentucky Wildcats center Nerlens Noel, Kansas Jayhawks shooting guard Ben McLemore and Michigan Wolverines point guard Trey Burke for months and months. Until now, however, the Magic and other NBA teams haven't been permitted to sit down and speak with any draft prospect. General manager Rob Hennigan and assistant general managers Scott Perry and Matt Lloyd will conduct the Magic's player interviews, which were expected to begin Wednesday night and likely will include Noel, McLemore and Burke. Each team may interview a maximum of 18 players, and each session may last a maximum of 30 minutes. Orlando Sentinel
New Orlando Magic general manager Rob Hennigan made his first hire Monday, bringing Scott Perry to Orlando from the Detroit Pistons, according to league sources. Perry, who will be the Magic's assistant general manager, had worked with the Pistons for the past four years under Joe Dumars as the club's vice president of basketball operations. ESPN.com
David Aldridge: Source: Pistons likely to promote Director of Scouting George David to assistant GM to replace Scott Perry, who took Asst GM job in Orlando. Twitter
Chris Broussard: New Orlando Magic GM Rob Hennigan targeting Pistons VP of Bball Operations Scott Perry to be his Asst GM, sources say. Twitter
Cunningham smiled when asked what he recalled most about his workout with the Pistons. "Just getting to meet Joe Dumars and Scott Perry, they're great people, great guys," he said, referring to the Pistons' top two personnel men. "A lot of good feedback that I heard from them. It was a great time." Booth Newspapers
Pistons vice president of basketball operations Scott Perry was caught speaking with Kyle Singler for some minutes at the end of the game between Lucentum Alicante and Gran Canaria, something that is forbidden during the lockout. Marca.com
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