The Kings officially announced the hiring of Mike Bratz as assistant general manager.
Bratz is a former player and coach with the Kings. He worked with new general manager Pete D'Alessandro for three seasons in Denver.
Bratz spent last season as director of player personnel for the Nuggets.
"Adding Mike to the front office provides our organization with a tremendously valuable basketball professional," said D'Alessandro in a statement. "He brings 35 years of NBA experience serving in nearly every role the game has to offer. During our time together in Denver, I came to know Mike as one of the classiest, hardest working individuals in our business. It gives me great pleasure to welcome him back to Northern California."
Bratz is from Lompoc, Calif., and played for the Kings in their first season in Sacramento.
Bratz was also an assistant coach with the Kings for for seven seasons (1991-92, 1993-94 - 1997-98).
He also worked as a scout and radio analyst.
*The Kings have also hired former NBA player George McCloud as a scout. He played 12 seasons in the NBA with Indiana, Dallas, the Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns and Denver Nuggets.