Kings principal owner Vivek Ranadive will introduce Pete D'Alessandro as the team's new general manager today at a news conference at Sleep Train Arena.

And Ranadive isn't done changing the look of the Kings' front office.

The Kings have offered Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame player and former Golden State Warriors executive Chris Mullin a role as a consultant, The Bee learned Sunday.

Sources said Mullin likely will accept. They spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the private nature of the offer.

Mullin was the Warriors' top basketball executive from 2004 to 2009. D'Alessandro worked for the Warriors from 2004 to 2008, the final two years as assistant general manager. D'Alessandro has never been a general manager, and Mullin would be a familiar voice of experience.

The Warriors made the playoffs once during their time together, upsetting the top-seeded Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the 2007 Western Conference playoffs.

Also during that time, the Warriors used a second-round pick to land Monta Ellis (2005) but had major first-round disappointments such as Ike Diogu (2005), Patrick O'Bryant (2006) and Anthony Randolph (2008).

The Warriors' 2004 first-round pick, Andris Biedrins, signed a six-year, $54 million extension in 2008. Plagued by injuries, he has not lived up to that deal.

Even if Mullin does not come aboard, D'Alessandro is expected to usher in a new regime in the front office.

Amid the Kings' losing seasons, coaching changes and ownership issues, the basketball operations staff has stayed largely intact.

The group that helped the Kings become NBA title contenders in the early 2000s now likely will be replaced.

President of basketball operations Geoff Petrie has been with the Kings since 1994. His contract expires June 30.