Darvin Ham Rumors

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Darvin Ham
Darvin Ham
Position: -
Born: 07/23/73
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:240 lbs. / 108.9 kg.
Earnings: $6,858,410 ($10,016,567*)
Ham’s second story: “I was having a beer with Craig Sager, and Kobe was coming back from having a workout with I think Tim Grover. He goes up, changes his clothes, comes back down, and we’re sitting there. Miami was playing somebody in the second round, and it’s the Dwyane Wade, LeBron, Chris Bosh team. We’re talking about the game, and he asked what I was drinking. I had a little Jack Daniels. Hetold the server, ‘Get my man some Jack Daniels, and I’m going to take some patron.’ Mind you, we’ve got an elimination game the next night. I’m like, ‘You drink? No way in hell.’ We both busted out laughing, and he said, ‘Hell yeah, if you deal with some of the sh*t that I have to deal with, yes indeed.’ I almost fell out of my chair.”
“I would tell you that Darvin Ham in Milwaukee, who made an incredible impression with the Clippers, with Indiana. “Jamahl Mosley in Dallas made a great impression, again in LA. Interviewed in other places. “Wes Unseld Jr. with the Nuggets, who Mike Malone, to his credit, Mike gave Wes a lot of praise for that Nuggets’ defense in the bubble. And the role he played.
Darvin Ham: Ham has a diverse résumé of NBA experiences. He’s won a title as a player on the 2004 Detroit Pistons. He coached the Albuquerque Thunderbirds of what was then the D-League. He’s been an assistant with the Los Angeles Lakers, and he has been one of Mike Budenholzer’s top assistants in Atlanta and Milwaukee for seven seasons. He recently interviewed with the Clippers and Pacers for their head coaching vacancies. “He’s almost overqualified,” an Eastern Conference scout said of Ham interviewing for the job. “He has presence, he’s sharp, and he’s played for good coaches.”
Storyline: Thunder Coaching Job
Within the video above, Korver describes the situation with Bucks assistant Darvin Ham addressing the team before the scheduled game. Ham has a pair of sons that live in the Milwaukee area, and Korver describes an emotional scene. “I just sat there in my chair, with tears running down my face,” Korver said. “And I’m looking at my jersey that says Black Lives Matter, and I’m just like ‘What are we doing?’”