According to Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com, the Wolves have officially added another member to their front office today. Former Vancouver Grizzlies Executive, Noah Croom, is leaving Goodwin Sports Management to join the organization as the Assistant General Manager to work alongside Scott Layden and Tom Thibodeau.
Minnesota hires Noah Croom for assistant GM role, sources tell @clevelanddotcom. Former Vancouver Grizz exec leaving Goodwin Sports Mgmt.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) August 2, 2016
One quick Google search leads to Croom's Goodwin Sports Management profile, which notes his "expertise in interpreting the NBA's Collective Bargaining Agreement and salary cap."
Croom also worked alongside Stu Jackson, former Executive Vice President of the NBA from 2000-2013, during the Vancouver Grizzlies inaugural season as the Assistant General Manager and Legal Counsel.
Here's an interview done with Croom last year. The Portland Trail Blazers also interviewed him in 2012 for their vacant GM position before hiring Neil Olshey. According to Adrian Wojnarowski in that piece, he had been a candidate for several front-office jobs in recent years, but chose to stay as an agent.