Previous Memphis right hand and NBA star Rasheed Wallace has consented to join the Lakers as an associate mentor, as per The Athletic's Shams Charania.

 Wallace will join new mentor Darvin Ham, who he came out on top for a NBA championship with in Detroit in 2004.

Regardless of the understanding, the different sides have not arrived at the proper agreement stage at this time, per Charania.

Wallace was drafted by the Washington Bullets in 1995. He resigned for the second-and-last time in 2013 after stops with the Trail Blazers, Hawks, Pistons, Celtics and Knicks.

 After his playing vocation, he was an associate for the Pistons prior to joining Memphis in 2021. After a fast stretch in school, Wallace is back in the NBA.

Los Angeles' most up to date colleague was a four-time All-Star as a player. Wallace will presently be entrusted with assisting Ham with returning the Lakers to the postseason.

 The Lakers completed 33-49 last season with LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook on the program, and they are needing a new beginning.