The Orlando Magic on Wednesday named David Adelman, Chad Forcier, and Corliss Williamson to Frank Vogel's staff. Those three assistant coaches join returning player-development coach Jay Hernandez to complete Vogel's sideline crew.
In a statement which the team released, Vogel said, "Our staff possesses a tremendous work ethic, has great attention to detail, and will help our players reach their full potential. Their talents and experience complement each other and we are thrilled to have them with us."
Adelman, the son of legendary coach Rick Adelman, has served as a Minnesota Timberwolves assistant since the 2011/12 season. Before leaping to the NBA, Adelman coached at the high-school level in Portland, Oregon.
Forcier has spent the last nine seasons on Gregg Popovich's staff with the San Antonio Spurs, where he was responsible for player development. He got his start in the NBA in 1992 as an intern for George Karl's Seattle SuperSonics. He also has high-school and collegiate coaching experience.
Forcier was in the Magic's war room on Draft night, though the team did not officially announce his hiring until Wednesday.
Williamson carved out a 12-year playing career, and after retiring became the head coach at the University of Central Arkansas. He has spent the last three seasons as a Sacramento Kings assistant coach.
Hernandez will be entering his third season on the Magic's staff. Prior joining the Magic's bench, he helped prospects train for the NBA Draft as part of Pro Hoops, Inc., an organization he founded in 2011.