You can hear the excitement in Darvin Ham's voice. Bucks basketball is nearly back.
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"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 eating a few extra hamburgers so...That's the good thing about this. Everything, everyone stopped. So it's all Even Steven from here on out," Ham told Lance Allan.
Ham's Milwaukee home has shackles that once held Nelson Mandela.
"You have to switch hats so to speak and really understand people's concerns and gripes and, you know, what's been ailing our society. And racism is right at the top of the list," Ham said.
The Bucks' top assistant coach - a strong voice for change.