The Kings have been in a state of constant change as of late, adding players and shuffling through head coaches, in an attempt to put a contender on the floor.
The next move, while perhaps out of their control, marks the next significant change, as Sacramento general manager Pete D'Alessandro has reportedly accepted a 'high-ranking front office job' with Josh Kroenke in Denver.
In the role, D'Alessandro will work in an untraditonal role that extends outside just the NBA, working with the Nuggets and Avalanche franchises, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
The first signs of D'Alessandro's move surfaced in April with reports that Vlade Divac supplanted the GM as Sacramento's leader in all basketball-related decisions.
D'Alessandro was hired as GM of the Kings in 2013 by majority owner Vivek Ranadive.
But he is no stranger to Denver. From 2010-12, he worked for the Nuggets, initially accepting a position as an advisor before working his way up to VP of Basketball Operations.
Prior to, D'Alessandro was part of the Golden State Warriors' staff, working as the Director of Basketball Operations (2004-05) and Assistant General Manager (2006-09).
Sacramento Kings GM Pete D'Alessandro has accepted a high-ranking front office job with Josh Kroenke in Denver, league sources tell Yahoo.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 10, 2015