Gianluca Pascucci Rumors
When it comes to where the Wolves are headed, Saunders said the team is in a great position with the Nos. 1, 17 and 33 picks in the NBA draft, which will be held on Nov. 18. But so far, they cannot do in-person workouts. “Can’t do any of that. It has been a lot of Zoom meetings and interviews and then just evaluating,” Saunders said. “We do a lot of work, and we have a number of people in this organization, [assistant general manager] Gianluca Pascucci, he does a lot of work with our draft. These guys are putting together a great plan and a great step-by-step process to what we’ll do.”
The Minnesota Timberwolves announced the promotion of Emmanuel “Manny” Rohan to Assistant General Manager and announced that Assistant General Manager Gianluca Pascucci will have the added responsibilities of General Manager of the Iowa Wolves, Minnesota’s NBA G League affiliate. The team also added several basketball operations staff members, naming Saagar Sarin Personnel Scouting Coordinator, Bill Burgos Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Erin Sierer Assistant Athletic Trainer, Peter Warden Equipment Manager and Cory McCain Assistant Equipment Manager
The Minnesota Timberwolves have hired former Brooklyn Nets director of global scouting Gianluca Pascucci as their assistant general manager. The team made the announcement on Thursday. He’s the first significant front office hire under new president of basketball operations Gersson Rosas. Pascucci will be involved in all player personnel matters and lead pro scouting efforts around the NBA, the G League and the international leagues.
NetsDaily: Milan sports report seems to suggest Gianluca Pascucci, Nets respected Director of Global Scouting, is in line for an executive role with AC Milano but also could replace Trajan Langdon as asst GM if Langdon leaves. Pascucci was Rockets VP for player personnel for four years.
NetsDaily: Other reports out of Italy suggest Nets will not let Pascucci go easily. Pascucci counsel is highly regarded on wide variety of basketball issues within Nets organization, not just scouting. #BasketballLifer