Bleacher Report: Celtics’ Allison Feaster is a candidate for Blazers’ GM job

Former WNBA star Allison Feaster, the Celtics’ vice president of player development and organizational growth, has been mentioned as a potential GM candidate to fill vacancies around the league for months.

The Portland Trail Blazers, mired in a disappointing season that sees them in the bottom four of the Western Conference, underwent a major organizational shuffle in December when longtime general manager Neil Olshey was fired for violating the team’s code of conduct following an investigation into the Blazers’ workplace culture. The Blazers appointed Joe Cronin as an interim general manager, but according to a report from Bleacher Report, Feaster is among the leading candidates to take over the role on a permanent basis.

Via Bleacher Report:

“Sources indicate (Cronin will) have an opportunity to keep the position long-term, but Chicago Bulls general manager Marc Eversley, G League president Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Boston Celtics vice president of player and organization development Allison Feaster are the front-runners.”

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