Mon. Jun 17th, 2024
Darvin Ham, Former Lakers’ Coach, to Join Milwaukee Bucks’ Coaching Staff

Darvin Ham has decided to join the coaching staff of the Milwaukee Bucks. After considering taking a break from coaching, Ham will now be an assistant to former Clippers coach Doc Rivers with his new team. This move will see him return to his top assistant spot with his new team.

During his time with the Lakers, Ham led the team to a 90-74 record and won the inaugural in-season tournament title. He also coached in the Western Conference finals. Despite two playoff series losses against the Denver Nuggets, Ham’s coaching abilities were noticed by the Milwaukee Bucks.

Prior to his stint with the Lakers, Ham had spent four seasons working for Mike Budenholzer in Milwaukee. Budenholzer had expressed interest in bringing Ham back onto his staff in Phoenix but ultimately he opted to stay in Milwaukee. With Ham no longer part of the Lakers’ roster, they are now looking for someone to replace him as their head coach.

This decision marks a new chapter for Darvin Ham’s coaching career and he is excited to be joining such a successful organization like the Milwaukee Bucks. His experience and past successes make him a valuable addition to their coaching staff and he looks forward to helping them achieve even greater success in the future.

By Aiden Nguyen

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