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NBA Rumors: Lakers lose assistant, Rasheed Wallace still candidate

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One of the few coaches held by Durbinham from the previous staff appears to be set to leave for Dallas.Assistant Quinton Crawford who served as a coach Lakers According to reports, last year’s Summer League team will join Jason Kidd and the Mavericks.

Crawford, along with Phil Handy and John Pastrek, was one of three coaches Ham protected from Frank Vogel’s coach staff. But it seems to be reduced to only two.

So far, no other assistants have been identified for Ham’s new staff.Rasheed Wallace It was a name linked to workBut ham Pushed back the idea that he was hired At his introductory press conference. Blood Turner LA Times He also reported with Hawks assistant Chris Gent that Seed was still a candidate for a staff position.

Also, regarding seeds, in an interview with the Rich Eisen Show yesterday, Ham couldn’t say he was on staff, but gave him a less subtle wink wink, Nudge Nudge happening.

Meanwhile, Jent is a longtime assistant coach in the college, G League, and NBA. He had a 10-year basketball career and featured stops in multiple countries in the NBA, the now obsolete Continental Basketball Association, Australia, and Europe.

At the end of his athletic career, Gent became the first coach Sixers In 2003 he stopped in Orlando, Cleveland, Sacramento, and now the NBA’s Atlanta for two tenures. Ohio One season as an assistant and head coach of the Pistons affiliate G League Bakersfield Jam.

As is often the case, it’s hard to know the details of what the assistant coach is doing, but Jent is believed to have helped John Collins in Atlanta and his jumpers outside.

It is interesting that Gent is familiar with Lebron and seems to make him a strong candidate for the job. For now, it remains a wait-and-see approach, as Ham is trying to fill the staff during the summer training.

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