Sealed: Former Boston Celtic man agreed a four year contract to become next Los Angeles Lakers H.C..

According to reports, JJ Redick will take over as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, and he might have an all-star team on his bench.

A four-year, $8 million contract between Los Angeles and the former broadcaster was reached on Thursday, as reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic and Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Following reports that Dan Hurley rejected a six-year, $70 million contract to remain at UConn, the arrangement was reached.

Owner Jeanie Buss and vice president and general manager Rob Pelinka were apparently pleased by Redick’s basketball acumen and are eager to back the retired NBA guard, who will be coaching his “Mind the Game” co-host LeBron James.

Sam Cassell, the assistant for the Boston Celtics, was reportedly one of the applicants who did a virtual interview for the position of head coach. However, he won’t

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