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The Utah Jazz are once again fortifying their front office.

Utah has rehired Justin Zanik and hired David Morway as top front-office executives, multiple sources told The Salt Lake Tribune on Friday afternoon.

ESPN first reported the news.

This will be Zanik's second stint with the Jazz. He was hired as an assistant general manager by the club in 2012, and left for the Milwaukee Bucks in 2016.

However, when the general manager position came open for the Bucks this offseason, ownership passed Zanik over and he left Milwaukee a few days after the Bucks hired Jon Horst.

Zanik has been around the Jazz for the past few months, while general manager Dennis Lindsey has been waiting for a position to come open. One did, and the two sides quickly came to an agreement.

Morway is a former Indiana Pacers general manager who also has assistant general manager experience with the Bucks.

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