Warriors president and general manager Bob Myers is stepping down from his role at Golden State after 12 years with the team.

“It’s just time,” Myers, 48, told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Myers first joined the Warriors in 2011 as an assistant general manager, but was promoted to general manager after just one year with the franchise. During Myers’s tenure as GM, the Warriors won four NBA championships and he won two NBA Executive of the Year awards.

Myers’s future with the team has been a topic throughout the season, as his contract was set to expire at the end of June. With the opening, Golden State will be looking to fill a major role in the organization for the first time since they hired Steve Kerr as head coach in 2014.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.