The Toronto Raptors appear to have filled another hole in their front office.

Bucks assistant general manager Jeff Weltman is leaving Milwaukee to become new Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri’s chief lieutenant in Toronto after the NBA draft concludes according to NBA columnist Peter Vescey.

Weltman gave Ujiri his start in Denver as he introduced the new Raptors general manager to Kiki Vandeweghe, who was running the Nuggets at the time. The introduction led to Ujiri’s first posting in Denver.

Ujiri told reporters at his introductory press conference last Tuesday that he may not be able to fill out his staff until after the NBA Draft on June 27th as prospective employees would be tied up in their current role until that point.

Weltman joined Milwaukee in 2008 after spending a year in Detroit as the Pistons director of basketball administration. He also spent five years working in Denver’s front office.