Thunder GM Sam Presti finishes No. 12 in 2022-23 Executive of the Year voting
The league announced its winner for Executive of the Year for the 2022-23 regular season on Wednesday with Sacramento Kings general manager Monte McNair coming away victorious.
McNair finished with 98 total points and 16 first-place votes. Second-placed Cleveland Cavaliers general manager Koby Altman finished with 63 total points and seven first-place votes.
McNair helped sculpt the Kings’ first playoff roster since 2006, as they finished with a 48-34 record and the third seed before ultimately losing in the first round to the Golden State Warriors in seven games.
Meanwhile, Oklahoma City Thunder GM Sam Presti finished No. 12 in voting, as he collected four third-place votes for four points. In total, 15 executives had at least one vote.
The full voting results can be viewed below:
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