Vlade Divac's overhaul of the Sacramento Kings' front office continued Saturday.
The Kings have reportedly agreed to a deal with former Dallas Mavericks' vice president of basketball operations Roland Beech to be the head of their new analytics department, according to ESPN.
The reported move comes weeks after the Kings parted ways with Dean Oliver, who served as the Kings' director of player personnel and analytics since September 2014.
According to the ESPN report, Beech, who spent the last six seasons in Dallas, will assume the title of vice president of analytics.
The Kings' offseason of change includes the addition of guards Rajon Rondo, Marco Belinelli, Seth Curry, James Anderson, forwards Duje Dukan, Caron Butler, Quincy Acy and centers Willie Cauley-Stein, Kosta Koufos.
On July 31, the Kings signed Chad Iske as associate head coach and John Welch, Anthony Carter, and Nancy Lieberman as assistant coaches.
ESPN sources say that the Sacramento Kings have struck a deal to hire Roland Beech to head up their new analytics department— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) August 15, 2015
Beech has spent past several seasons with the Dallas Mavericks and was a favorite of Mavs owner Mark Cuban, especially during 2011 title run— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) August 15, 2015