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Bucks assistant coach excited for NBA's return

Posted at 10:42 PM, Jun 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-05 10:04:51-04

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Darvin Ham is as excited as the players right now. Bucks basketball is nearly back in action.

Ham says that many of Milwaukee's NBA players have been working to stay fit during their time off.

"Our guys are still in shape. I've seen some of these of these other players on their little social media accounts look like they've been eatin' a few extra hamburgers so, laughs.

That's the good thing about this. Everything, everyone stopped. It's all even Steven from here on out man. But I got faith in our guys. Our guys, you can just see it permeating throughout the roster man. Everybody's ready to go," Bucks Assistant Coach Darvin Ham says.

TMJ4 Main Sports Anchor Lance Allan asked, "You guys worked for home court advantage, and that looks like it will be out the window?"

"We're just happy to play. We have all the confidence in the world. Whether we're playing outside at a park. Anywhere, at the YMCA. We're going to bring our best," Ham says.

TMJ4 Main Sports Anchor Lance Allan asked, "Yes we need dialogue. Yes we need talk. But maybe even a little less talk and a little more action? Is that kind of what it is?"

"Absolutely. Absolutely. We've protested, we've marched. We've had sit ins. We've had meetings. We've had forums. We've had town hall meetings. We've had, you know on people's campaign trails, they've discussed the issues. But now it's time for a plan of action," Ham said.

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