A member of the Sixers' front office is heading west for a promotion.
The Kings on Sunday hired Sixers vice president of basketball administration Brandon Williams as their assistant general manager.
The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears first reported the move.
Williams will replace Scott Perry, who was recently hired as the general manager of the Knicks, in the Kings' front office while working under GM Vlade Divac.
"I'm excited about this," Williams told The Undefeated. "It's really attractive to be part of a start up. That's the way that Vivek [Ranadive, owner] sees the Kings. He's a couple of years into ownership. He's forward thinking."
Brought into the front office by former GM Sam Hinkie in 2013, Williams worked as the GM of the Sixers' G-League affiliate, the Delaware 87ers. While continuing to serve as the 87ers' GM, Williams was promoted twice in the span of four months in 2016, first in February by Hinke to the role of chief of staff and then in May by current GM Bryan Colangelo to the position he now leaves vacant with his reported departure to Sacramento.