The Sacramento Kings are adding another experienced executive voice to their front office.
"Joe and I played together in the league and is a legend in our sport," Divac said. "As an experienced and talented basketball executive, I'm excited to have him serve as a special advisor and expert resource for our incredible front-office team."
Dumars has spent the past two years as president of Independent Sports & Entertainment's basketball division.
Dumars, who will resign from the agency to work with the Kings, intends to work remotely from Los Angeles.
He hasn't worked for an NBA team since stepping down as the Detroit Pistons' president of basketball operations in 2014. The Basketball Hall of Famer was in consideration to be general manager of the Atlanta Hawks before Travis Schlenk was hired in 2017.
Under Dumars' watch from 2000 to 2014, the Pistons made eight consecutive postseason appearances (2001-09) and won an NBA title in 2003-04.