The Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly trying to lure Joe Dumars right hand man out of Detroit and into the the teams open General Manager seat.
According to ESPN.com , Hammond has accepted the Bucks' offer and could be officially introduced as Larry Harris' replacement as early as Monday.
The Bucks enter tonights game in Boston with a 26-52 record, good for 13th place in the Eastern Conference.
Hammond is expected to fire coach Larry Krystkowiak at the end of the season and hire a veteran coach. According to ESPN sources, that veteran coach could be former Pistons head coach Rick Carlisle, who is currently working as an ESPN analyst.
Hammond has helped Joe Dumars build a team in Detroit that has put together seven straight 50-win seasons and five straight trips to the Eastern Conference finals, including a championship in 2004.