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Morgan Cato Becomes the First Black Woman in NBA History to Be Named Assistant General Manage

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Morgan Cato Becomes the First Black Woman in NBA History to Be Named Assistant General Manage

By Rashad Grove via https://www.ebony.com/

Morgan Cato has made history by becoming the first Black woman to be hired as assistant general manager and vice president of basketball operations of the Phoenix Suns, reports ESPN. The move makes her one of the league’s highest-ranking women executives.

Cato will work closely with General Manager James Jones and coach Monty Williams on “the leadership and strategy related to coaching development, player engagement, and front-office personnel operations,” the team announced.

“We’re excited to welcome Morgan to the Valley and to the Suns’ organization,” Jones said in a …

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