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Stockton Kings Name Lindsey Harding Head Coach

Official Release /June 20, 2023

Anjali Ranadivé Named Stockton Kings General Manager

Today the Stockton Kings, NBA G League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings, announced Lindsey Harding as the team’s head coach. In addition, Anjali Ranadivé was named General Manager of the Stockton Kings, marking the first time in G League history that two women will lead a G League affiliate.

Harding joins Stockton after spending the previous four seasons with Sacramento as an assistant coach/player development coach. Prior to her time in Sacramento, Harding was a player development coach with the Philadelphia 76ers after working as a pro personnel scout for the club during the 2018-19 season. Harding is also an experienced international coach, currently leading the Mexican Women’s Senior National Team. In 2021, Harding was appointed head coach for the South Sudan Women’s Senior National Team and led the team during the FIBA AfroBasket qualifier, the country’s first time entering a women’s tournament.

Harding, a nine-year veteran in the WNBA, was selected first overall in the 2007 WNBA Draft following a standout career at Duke (2002-07) where she was named 2007 Naismith College Player of the Year and had her No. 10 retired and enshrined into the Duke Athletics Hall of Fame in 2018. The Houston, Texas, native made 270 career appearances in the WNBA while also playing internationally in Turkey, Lithuania, Russia and at the 2016 Summer Olympics for the Belarus women’s national team.

Anjali Ranadivé becomes the General Manager of the Stockton Kings after serving as the Stockton Kings Assistant General Manager for the 2022-23 season. Previously, Ranadivé worked for the Sacramento Kings as a coordinator in the Social Responsibility department. A U.C. Berkeley graduate, Anjali was an intern for the Golden State Warriors during her time at Cal from 2011-2013. Before her career in sports, Ranadivé reached the Billboard charts as a singer and songwriter in Los Angeles. She also ran a nonprofit for animal rescue and wildlife conservation known as Jaws and Paws.

Former Stockton Kings General Manager Paul Johnson will remain with the organization in a front office role with the Sacramento Kings.

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