The Portland Trail Blazers have terminated Neil Olshey, president of basketball operations, the team announced Friday.
The Blazers spent the past four weeks investigating Olshey for alleged workplace misconduct.
According to the Blazers’ statement, the decision came after an “independent review of concerns and complaints around our workplace environment at the practice facility.” That led to the Blazers to terminate Olshey effective immediately for violating the franchise’s code of conduct.
The Blazers hired Olshey, 56, to be the team’s general manager in 2012 and in 2015 he was elevated to his current role. He was under contract through the 2023-24 season.
The release also states that the Blazers will not reveal all of those interviewed during the process that began in early November.
The investigation was conducted by Los Angeles-based law firm O’Melveny & Myers.