Kiki Vandeweghe only played one season with the Los Angeles Clippers back during the 1992-93 campaign, but is not possibly joining the Clip Show in a new fashion as CBS Sports' Ken Berger is reporting that the former Denver Nuggets and New Jersey Nets front office executive is a possible candidate to replace GM Neil Olshey for the same position.
Clippers president Andy Roeser noted in a statement released by the team on Monday that the search for Olshey's replacement is already a work in progress. Vandeweghe hasn't worked with an NBA team for a few years now as he was let go from the Nets after the sale to Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov in 2010 where he was serving as GM and head coach for a while.
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