The Sacramento Kings extended the contract of general manager Vlade Divac and secured the fourth-year option on head coach Dave Joerger, the team announced Wednesday.
Team owner Vivek Ranadive's moves will keep both GM and coach in Sacramento through the 2019-20 season.
"I am so excited to continue to build this team with incredible partners and want to thank Vivek and the entire Sacramento Kings organization for their support," Divac said in a statement. "Together, from ownership to the front office to Dave and his team, we're unified in our vision for the future of this franchise. I look forward to the hard work and fun ahead as we strive to make Sacramento proud."
Divac enters his third year as general manager after taking the helm of Sacramento's front office during the 2015-16 season. Over the course of the offseason, the former All-Star center augmented the Kings roster with first-round selections De'Aaron Fox (fifth overall), Justin Jackson (15th overall) and Harry Giles (20th overall) and National Player of the Year Frank Mason with the 34th overall pick. Additionally, Divac brought in veterans Vince Carter, Zach Randolph and George Hill during free agency.
Joerger joined the Kings in 2016 after spending three seasons as head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, where he accrued a 147-99 regular-season mark (.598) and guided the franchise to postseason berths in each of his seasons at the helm. The Kings were 32-50 last season in his debut season.
"It is a great time to be in Sacramento and I'm thrilled by the opportunity to continue working alongside Vlade and the entire Kings organization," Joerger said in a statement. "Together, we are bonded as a group focused on working hard and developing our team."