Dennis Lindsey

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Dennis Lindsey
Born 1969 (age 48–49)
Education Baylor University
U.S. Sports Academy
Employer Utah Jazz
Title General manager
Term 2012–present
Predecessor Kevin O'Connor

Dennis Lindsey is a professional basketball executive. He is the current general manager of the Utah Jazz. He graduated from Baylor University in 1992, and U.S. Sports Academy in 1994.[1] He played college basketball for Baylor's basketball team, as a guard.[2]

Basketball managerial career[edit]

Lindsey joined the Houston Rockets during the summer of 1996, as a video coordinator and scout, and worked his way up the team's management ladder. He was named the Rockets’s director of basketball development in 1998, and was promoted to director of player personnel in 1999. He was then elevated to the position of vice president of basketball operations/player personnel in 2002. He then became the team's assistant general manager.

He was then an assistant general manager for the San Antonio Spurs, from 2007 to 2012. After that, he became the general manager of the Utah Jazz.

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