According to a Denver Nuggets beat writer, Georgetown Hoyas “Special Assistant to the Head Coach/Head Manager” Jonathan Wallace is indeed leaving for a role with a western conference team.
Nuggets have hired Jonathan Wallace into a basketball operations associate role. Wallace played at Georgetown from 2004-08, spent several season overseas and recently coached at Georgetown. Denver has also brought on Boniface N'Dong in a player development role.— Harrison Wind (@HarrisonWind) September 28, 2019
He had been rumored to be heading to the NBA in July, per The Athletic’s Ben Standig:
Something connecting my various worlds: Hearing former Georgetown guard Jonathan Wallace, now a member of Patrick Ewing's staff, is in talks to join one of the NBA's Western Conference contenders. Sounds more FO than coaching.— Ben Standig (@BenStandig) July 15, 2019
Wallace, a former Hoyas standout that has been a member of Georgetown’s coaching staff since 2016-17, is currently listed on GUHoyas.com as the Special Assistant to the Head Coach/Head Manager on Patrick Ewing’s bench.
As recently as late August, Wallace was seen on the bench in the Bahamas and in clips of defensive drills in practice on campus:
Georgetown’s three assistant coaches remain Louis Orr, Robert Kirby and Akbar Waheed.
In other GU Hoops Alumni NBA news, the Sixers also the role for Roy Hibbert (Player Development Specialist) and a promotion for Ruben Boumtje Boumtje (Assistant General Manager of the Delaware Blue Coats).
Good luck and HOYA SAXA!