Hornets president Rod Higgins steps down late Thursday night
Charlotte president Rod Higgins surprisingly resigned late Thursday night.
Rod Higgins has stepped down as president of the Charlotte Hornets, the team announced late Thursday night. This is surprising timing for this type of move, as Charlotte sent out a press release at 12:21 a.m., shortly after the completion of Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
"I would like to thank Rod for his seven years of dedication to this organization," Hornets owner Michael Jordan said the press release. "Rod has been a consummate professional throughout his time with the team. Thanks to his hard work and commitment, we have an improved roster and we are poised for success in the future. Rod was of great help to me as I navigated my first four years as majority owner of this franchise. I wish him all the best."
He worked alongside Charlotte general manager Rich Cho in the front office, and now Cho will "assume responsibility for the team's basketball operations."
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