The former assistant of Memphis and Star of the NBA, Rasheed Wallace

Agreed to join the Lakers as an assistant coach, according to the Shams Charania of athletics.

Wallace will join the new coach Darvin Ham, with whom he won an NBA title with Detroit in 2004.

Despite the agreement, the two parties have not yet reached the formal stage of the contract, according to Charania.

Wallace was drafted by Washington Bullets in 1995. He retired for the second period

And the final in 2013 after the stops with the Trail Blazers, the Hawks, the Pistons, the Celtics and the Knicks.

 After his player career, he was an assistant for the pistons before joining Memphis in 2021.

After a quick visit to university, Wallace is back in the NBA. The most recent assistant in Los Angeles

Los Angeles was a quadruple All-Star as a player. Wallace will now be responsible for helping

Ham to bring the Lakers back to the playoffs. The Lakers finished 33–49 last season with LeBron James

Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook on the list, and they desperately need a new start.

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