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Sources: D-League president resigns to take job with Facebook

Adrian Wojnarowski
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NBA Development League president Dan Reed speaks during a news conference in Grand Rapids, Mich., Tuesday, April 15, 2014. The Springfield Armor is relocating from Springfield, Mass., to Grand Rapids in western Michigan and the team will be affiliated with the Detroit Pistons beginning with the 2014-15 season
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NBA Development League president Dan Reed speaks during a news conference in Grand Rapids, Mich., Tuesday, April 15, 2014. The Springfield Armor is relocating from Springfield, Mass., to Grand Rapids in western Michigan and the team will be affiliated with the Detroit Pistons beginning with the 2014-15 season. (AP Photo/The Grand Rapids Press, Andrew Kuhn)

After seven years as National Basketball Association Development League president, Dan Reed has resigned to take a new job, league sources told Yahoo Sports.

Reed will take a job running sports partnerships at Facebook, sources told Yahoo Sports.

Under Reed, the D-League, the NBA's minor league system, has expanded significantly in scope. There are 18 teams, including 15 with direct one-on-one hybrid partnerships with franchises.

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