The Portland Trail Blazers made a big move in their front office, as they fired general manager and president of basketball operations, Neil Olshey, on Friday afternoon. Olshey’s firing comes after an investigation into workplace misconduct. They will not be releasing or discussing the findings, but they must have been incriminating enough that longtime NBA executive Olshey has lost his job as a result.

Joe Cronin will take over as the team’s general manager on an interim basis as the organization begins its search for a permanent option. Earlier in November, the Trail Blazers announced that the law firm O’Melveny and Myers were conducting an independent investigation into “concerns around workplace environment by non-player personnel at the practice facility.”

Ultimately, it was found that Olshey had created a hostile work environment. Bullying and intimidation were two of the instances that were mentioned.

“Following the conclusion of the independent review of concerns and complaints around our workplace environment at the practice facility, the Portland Trail Blazers organization has decided to terminate General Manager and President of Basketball Operations Neil Olshey, effective immediately due to violations of the Portland Trail Blazers’ Code of Conduct,” the team said in a statement. “Out of respect for those who candidly participated in that privileged investigation, we will not release or discuss it. We are confident that these changes will help build a more positive and respectful working environment.”