Washington Wizards general owner, Ted Leonsis, interviewed Danny Ferry on Tuesday for the position of general manager, as told by people conversant with the team’s process. The fifty-two-year-old was cross-examined together with other three candidates to substitute Ernie Grunfeld who sacked on 2nd April. Ferry is a former high school champion at DeMartha and an all-American at Duke. His dad, Bob Ferry, was the longest-tenured general director in Washington franchise history, operating the club for seventeen seasons. The other candidates include Denver’s Tim Connelly, Houston’s Gersson Rosas, and Tommy Sheppard.
Supposed candidates have had a remarkable history performance
Rocket’s exclusive deputy president of basketball management, Rosas, is also in Washington for the talk. Several individuals with knowledge of the team’s personnel moves said they suppose Connelly, Nugget’s director of basketball operations, is also a contestant. Connelly is currently under agreement with Denver, which is participating in the Western Conference semifinals and still not panned for an interview. The Wizards are not the only ones interested in the contestants on their list. Rosas and Sheppard were in an interview for the New Orleans Pelicans’ general manager job. Forty-year-old Rosas has lived in Houston for sixteen years and also associated with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Rosas greatly contributed to Rocket’s success
Rosas, who is a native of Bogota, Colombia, has outshined in the basketball to the analytics region of Houston Rockets of President Daryl Morey. The Rockets are a popular confederation in the trend towards starting additional three-pointers. In the first match of the Western Conference semifinals, Houston achieved a team record 28 threes in the first session against the Golden State Warriors. Other than trainer Mike D’Antoni’s system, the Rockets have the participants to succeed in style. Rosas, whose experience is in player personnel and scouting, has been qualified as being a pivotal instrument to the league’s success in getting free agents and making franchise-altering dealings.