The Los Angeles Lakers are adding one more NBA champion to their instructing staff.
Former NBA All-Star Rashid Wallace has been appointed as an assistant coach to Darwin Ham's staff, Shams Charnia reports.
The pair helped lead the Detroit Pistons to a title in 2004.
Back in May, the Lakers signed on Haim to replace head coach Frank Vogel, who was fired after a disappointing season.
Ham, who would be head coach for the first time, agreed to a four-year contract with the team.
Wallace, a four-time All-Star who played for six teams in his 16-year NBA career (Bullets, Blazers, Hawks, Pistons, Celtics, Knicks), retired in 2013.
Since then, the 47-year-old spent a year as an assistant coach with the Pistons during the 2013-14 season, before joining the staff of Penny Hardaway at the University of Memphis last year.
The news comes just a day after Hardaway told the Memphis Commercial Appeal that he was looking forward to joining forces with Haim in Los Angeles.
"I think Rashid can go to L.A. with Darwin Haim," Penny revealed. "That was the deal from the start.
If Darwin had got the job last year, Rashid had already promised him he was going to go with her.
Thus, I'm thinking this year, finding a Lakers line of work with him (Wallace) is as yet proceeding with that interaction.