Golden State Warriors president Bob Myers is stepping down as the franchise's president and general manager, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

“It's just time,” Bob Myers said, via Wojnarowski.

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Myers is a two-time executive of the year, and was the architect of the four NBA championships the Warriors have won in the last decade. He is expected to speak at a news conference at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, according to Wojnarowski.

Myers is unsure of his professional pathway, but would be one of the most pursued executives in North American professional sports history, if he decides he wants to get involved with running a team again, according to Wojnarowski.

The Warriors hired Myers as an assistant general manager in 2011. He was under then general manager Larry Riley. He was quickly promoted to general manager after a year with the team.

Myers was a part of making, with Draymond Green and Klay Thompson as the most notable ones. Draymond Green and Klay Thompson were huge parts of the championship teams, and Green is one of the best second-round picks in NBA history.

Myers had a great relationship with coach Steve Kerr and the core players, including Steph Curry. He reportedly let Steph Curry, Steve Kerr, Green and Thompson know in recent days that it was possible that he would step away, according to Wojnarowski.

Myers' replacement will have large tasks this summer with the Warriors potentially approaching $500 million in payroll and luxury tax combined. Green has a player option this summer, and Thompson is in the last year of his contract. Before those questions get answered, the Warriors will have to replace Myers.