New Kings owner Vivek Ranadive has already interviewed Warriors assistant GM Travis Schlenk and Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace for Sacramento's general manager position, two people with knowledge of the talks told USA Today's Sam Amick.
Travis Schlenk, the current assistant GM and director of player personnel for the Warriors, is a potential replacement for Geoff Petrie as GM of the Kings.
The NBA's Board of Governors unanimously approved the sale of the Kings to Vivek Ranadive's Sacramento group Tuesday.
Sam Amick of USA Today reported Monday that the Kings are looking at replacements for GM Geoff Petrie.
Vivek Ranadive has Warriors assistant Mike Malone atop his list of candidates to coach the Kings, a source tells Ric Bucher.
Vivek Ranadive said he intends to resolve the front office and coaching situations "very quickly" after the sale officially closes.
Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson announced Friday the deal to sell the Kings to a group led by Vivek Ranadive has been signed.
The Kings are not expected to retain Keith Smart as head coach, according to USA Today.
The Maloofs have reached an agreement to sell the Kings to a group led by Vivek Ranadive that will keep the team in Sacramento for a valuation of $535 million.
Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson isn't worried about snags in finalizing the sale of the Kings to Vivek Ranadive's group.
Updating a previous item, David Stern confirmed that the NBA's Board of Governors has officially voted down the proposed relocation of the Kings to Seattle.
The Maloof family has reportedly struck a "backup" agreement to sell 20 percent of their majority stake in the Kings to the group of Seattle-based investors led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer.
The NBA has confirmed a committee of owners unanimously recommended the league deny the Kings' application to relocate to Seattle on Monday.
Kings owner George Maloof told Bryan May of News10 Sacramento that he expects a decision on the team's ownership status by the first week of May.