The Denver Nuggets made a pair of additions to their coaching staff and front office Wednesday.

The Nuggets have hired Bob Weiss as an assistant coach to Michael Malone’s staff, the team announced.

Weiss, 75, is a veteran when it comes to anything basketball related. With over 34 years of coaching experience, 31 at the NBA level, Weiss will bring wisdom and insight to the Nuggets coaching ranks.

Weiss has been a head coach on four separate occasions in the NBA, compiling a lifetime record of 223-299 running the San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Clippers and Seattle SuperSonics. He has spent the last four seasons as an assistant coach with the Charlotte Hornets.

On the front office side of things, the Nuggets named Calvin Booth their new Assistant General Manager.

Before joining the Nuggets, Booth spent four seasons as a part of the Minnesota Timberwolves front office.

Booth, 41, was a scout for the New Orleans Pelicans for the 2012-13 season before making the jump to the Timberwolves where he became the Director of Player Programs and eventually the Director of Player Personel.

Booth and Nuggets President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly have a history, having worked alongside one another both in Washington and New Orleans.

The last time the pair worked together was back in New Orleans in the 2012-13 season when Booth was a scout and Connelly was finishing up his final year as Assistant General Manager before making a move to Denver.

The Nuggets open their season Wednesday, Oct. 18 in Utah against the Jazz.