No agreement yet between Lakers, Rasheed Wallace

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Shams Charania: For further context: Wallace was recently identified as a candidate for Ham’s staff. The two sides have not yet reached a formal contract stage.
Source: Twitter @ShamsCharania

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

The Vertical @YahooSportsNBA
Rasheed Wallace is joining the Lakers coaching staff as an assistant coach under new head coach Darvin Ham, per @Shams Charania.
Both were teammates in Detroit and part of the 2004 title team. pic.twitter.com/pyqirwyDSV11:57 AM

Shams Charania @ShamsCharania
Sources: Four-time NBA All-Star Rasheed Wallace has agreed on a deal to be an assistant coach for the Lakers under new head coach Darvin Ham. Both were teammates in Detroit and part of the 2004 title team. Memphis‘ Penny Hardaway hinted today Wallace may join Ham in LA. – 11:45 AM

CBS NBA @CBSSportsNBA
Penny Hardaway says Rasheed Wallace ‘might’ join Lakers coaching staff under Darvin Ham
cbssports.com/nba/news/penny…11:00 AM

Zach Kram @zachkram
Draymond Green’s technical foul count—4 in 18 games this postseason, which seems like a lot!—only puts in perspective the majesty of Rasheed Wallace’s pace when he got 41 in a single season. Most unbreakable record in the NBA. – 8:30 PM

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