MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The Memphis Grizzlies' president of business operations and chief revenue officer have left the team.
The Grizzlies announced the departures Wednesday, but did not say why the Greg Campbell and Jason Levien are no longer with the organization.
Campbell has been with the Grizzlies the past nine seasons, serving as vice president of finance before being named president of business operations in 2008. He also previously served was the team's vice president of finance. Mike Humes had been with the team three seasons overseeing ticket sales.
Levien, the team's chief executive officer and managing partner, thanked the men for their efforts. Levien was named CEO when Robert Pera and his ownership group took over the team last November.