PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The Maine Red Claws have a new president.
The team announced Tuesday that Dajuan Eubanks will succeed Bill Ryan Jr., who was president for the past two seasons. Ryan retains his roles as chairman and principal owner.
Ryan said Eubanks, who takes over day-to-day operations, “has been with us since the very beginning of this franchise and has been an integral part of our success.”
The Red Claws launched in the 2009-10 season as part of the NBA Development League team. Two years ago the team became a Boston Celtics single-franchise affiliate.