Gerald Madkins, who spent a final 5 seasons operative as an executive in a Clippers’ front office, has taken a pursuit with a New York Knicks to turn a team’s partner ubiquitous manager, pronounced NBA officials who were not certified to pronounce publicly on a matter.
Madkins joins newly promoted President Steven Mills and just-hired General Manager Scott Perry to form a top-notch joining front bureau with a Knicks, creation them a many distinguished African American contingent in a NBA.
Madkins and Perry have a history, a dual of them carrying worked in a front bureau with a Seattle SuperSonics. Madkins was a executive of West Coast scouting.
With his agreement carrying lapsed with a Clippers in June, Madkins was sought by several teams, including a Knicks, Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings.
But he chose a Knicks since of his attribute with Perry.
Madkins began his career as a front-office executive with a Knicks. He was a executive with a Knicks for 4 seasons.
During his time with a Clippers, Madkins served as a executive of basketball operations and partner ubiquitous manager.
He has also worked with New Orleans and Houston as an executive.
Madkins became a second executive to leave a Clippers this season; Assistant General Manager Gary Sacks left to pursue other opportunities.