Director of Player Personnel
Larry Harris is currently in his eighth season with the Golden State Warriors, and his first as director of player personnel. In this role, Harris serves as one of the organization’s key talent evaluators of players at both the professional and collegiate levels, assisting with the team’s year-round preparation for the NBA draft, free agency and trades.
Harris, 52, served as a basketball consultant/scout for the Warriors for the last six seasons prior to being promoted to his current role this past offseason. He originally joined the Warriors in 2008 as an assistant coach under Don Nelson before moving to the front office after one season on the bench.
Prior to joining the Warriors, Harris spent 19 years with the Milwaukee Bucks, including stints as director of player personnel, director of scouting, assistant general manager and general manager. Harris’ five-year tenure as general manager (2003-07) included a pair of postseason berths as well as the selection of Andrew Bogut with the first overall pick of the 2005 NBA Draft.
A native of Huntingburg, Indiana, Harris played collegiately at Eastern New Mexico University. His father, Del Harris, is a longtime NBA coach and executive.