The Detroit Pistons have decided not to renew president of basketball operations Joe Dumars’ contract, the Free Press has learned.
A person with firsthand knowledge of the situation confirmed the news during the Pistons home finale today — a home loss to the Toronto Raptors.
Dumars, who has run the organization for 14 seasons, has agreed to remain as an executive adviser outside the basketball operations domain, said a person with firsthand knowledge of the situation.
Anonymity was requested because a formal announcement is expected sometime this week — possibly as early as today.
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