With training camp set to begin on Monday, the New York Knicks have announced a major shake up at the top of the organization.
Steve Mills has been named president and general manager of the team, replacing Glen Grunwald.
This marks a return to Madison Square Garden for Mills, who served as president for almost a decade.
He left the company in 2009.
Grunwald will stay on with the Knicks as an advisor.
He was named interim general manager in 2011 before he was given the job full time in 2012.
The Knicks won their first division title in nearly 20 years last season and also won their first playoff series since 2000.