September 7, 2016, 6:23 pm
D’Angelo Russell said he and coach Luke Walton “communicate on and off the court as much as possible.”
“I feel like I can call him all the time,” Russell said. “He’s not like a head coach that will sit back and watch as other coaches and colleagues train other players. He’s always involved. He’ll get out there and play with you if he wants. It’s just great having a young coach like him in the building.” After a year stuck in coaching hell Russell should look to capitalize on his relationship with Walton, and he is worth a look in the middle rounds of your draft.