Ex-Cavs exec Redden joining Clippers

Trent Redden spent 11 years in the Cavaliers' front office.
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Former Cleveland Cavaliers senior vice president of basketball operations Trent Redden will join the Los Angeles Clippers as assistant general manager, according to a report from ESPN.

Redden will work under new Clippers general manager Michael Winger, who will soon be hired after seven years with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Along with former GM David Griffin, Redden parted ways with the Cavs following the season. Winger also once held a basketball operations role with the Cavs, where he worked with Redden.

Both Redden and Winger will report to Lawrence Frank, the Clippers’ new head of basketball operations. Coach Doc Rivers relinquished his front-office role following the season, leading to the restructuring in management.

Redden, 33, is a native of Sacramento, Calif., and spent 11 seasons with the Cavaliers in various roles.

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