Detroit Pistons part with assistant general manager David Mincberg

Detroit Free Press

Assistant general manager David Mincberg and the Detroit Pistons have parted ways, a league source told the Free Press on Thursday.

Mincberg was hired by the Pistons last July, following three years with the Milwaukee Bucks as their vice president of basketball strategy. He was general manager Troy Weaver’s first addition to the front office, and fulfilled multiple responsibilities within the organization. Prior to his time in Milwaukee, Mincberg was the Memphis Grizzlies’ team counsel and director of scouting.

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Mincberg’s departure comes a week after the Pistons parted with former senior director of player personnel Gregg Polinsky.

The Pistons enter June 22’s NBA draft lottery in the No. 2 slot, and have numerous decisions to make in free agency.

Contact Omari Sankofa II at osankofa@freepress.com. Follow him on Twitter @omarisankofa. Read more on the Detroit Pistons and sign up for our Pistons newsletter.

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