After Tim Connelly decided to re-join the Nuggets rather than take the Wizards' vacant front-office position, Washington has been forced back to the drawing board.
The Wizards have interviewed Thunder assistant general manager Troy Weaver, former Hawks general manager Danny Ferry and Wizards interim team president Tommy Sheppard.
In addition to those names, NBC Sports Washington's Ben Standig reported the team could have interest in Trail Blazers president of basketball operations Neil Olshey.
That option was eliminated Friday when Olshey signed an extension to remain with Portland.
Neil Olshey has been signed to a new multi-year contract extension. Congrats, Neil!— Portland Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) May 24, 2019
With Connelly and Olshey off the table, there are fewer high-profile candidates left for the Wizards to consider as replacements for Ernie Grunfeld.
Standig noted that Warriors assistant general manager Larry Harris could also draw interest from Washington.
The franchise is running out of time to find their new front-office leader with less than a month remaining before the NBA Draft.
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