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Former Magic GM Rob Hennigan will return to Thunder front office

Former Magic GM Rob Hennigan will return to Thunder front office

Rob Hennigan, who was the general manager of the Orlando Magic until April 2017, will re-join the front office for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Former Orlando Magic GM Rob Hennigan has been hired by the OKC Thunder, league sources told @BBallInsiders. — Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) September 13, 2017 Hennigan was hired by the Magic in 2012 after spending four years with Oklahoma City. Earlier this offseason, the Thunder lost key front office executive Michael Winger to the Los Angeles Clippers...

Read 2 months ago, Hoops Hype, Oklahoma City Thunder

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Isaiah Thomas Participates in Full Court Drills for the First Time

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Isaiah Thomas Says Cavs Not Rushing His Return

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