Warkentien, Griffin, DiLeo, Vandeweghe Appear To Be Leading Candidates For Clippers' GM
The Clippers have begun the process of searching for a new general manager to replace Neil Olshey.
Team president Andy Roeser has discussed candidates with Vinny Del Negro but haven't brought anything yet to Donald Sterling.
Gary Sacks, the Clippers' director of player personnel, will be responsible for the draft and free agency until a GM is hired. Sacks could also emerge as a candidate for the job.
Kiki Vandeweghe interviewed with Roeser last week.
David Griffin and Tony DiLeo have been in touch with Roeser as well. Griffin is currently with the Cavaliers, while DiLeo works in the Philadelphia front office.
Mark Warkentien, who serves currently as a consultant with the Knicks, has expressed interest.
Milwaukee assistant GM Jeff Weltman has been on Roeser's radar. Weltman previously worked for the Clippers.
John Nash and Scott Perry are considered longshots at this point.