Darvin Ham wants to bring the Los Angeles Lakers back to the top, but he knows he has a lot of changes to make.
The new head coach of the franchise named the two things he wants to see from his players next season, which is unity and commitment.
“Competing at a high level. We’re going to be together. The most together team always does well, always wins at the end of the day.
And accountability. We’re going to be tough. We’re going to be defensive-minded. That’s the side of the ball where you’re going to see the quickest and most drastic improvement and we’re going to share offensively.
Again, we want everybody all in on what we’re doing. We don’t want anybody that’s second-guessing being a Laker or ‘Am I in the right place?’ or this, that and the third,” Darvin Ham said, via Jake Rogers of NBA Analysis Network.
At the moment, the Lakers aim to make more than one offseason deals, however there is no significant progress in trade talks with other teams. The franchise has been linked with Brooklyn Nets’ star Kyrie Irving and Indiana Pacers’ duo of Buddy Hield and Myles Turner.