Wes Wilcox has resigned from his position as general manager of the Atlanta Hawks but will remain with the team as special advisor to ownership.

The move comes along with Mike Budenholzer's resignation as president of basketball operations. Budenholzer will remain as head coach.

Wilcox was promoted to general manager in June 2015.

“What makes our organization strong is that everyone is working together for the good of the Hawks. That was my thinking when Bud and I met with ownership after the season and recommended this new structure,” Wilcox said. “I’m grateful for my time as general manager and consider it a privilege to be asked by Tony to continue on as a special advisor. I look forward to working closely with ownership to bring a championship to Atlanta.”