Milwaukee Bucks coach Larry Drew has filled his coaching staff, as the team officially announced the hiring of Jim Cleamons, Scott Williams and Josh Oppenheimer as assistant coaches.
The three will join Bob Bender and Nick Van Exel on Drew's staff, giving the Bucks a mix of veteran and younger assistant coaches.
"I really felt with all the changes we made, we have a lot of teaching to do," Drew said. "Looking at my staff, I think we have a good mixture of guys with different personalities.
"We have some young; we have some old. I'm in the old category, by the way. We've got some guys not too far removed from the game that the players can still relate to. We have a really good big-man coach in Scott Williams, and Nick Van Exel, who was one of the premier guards in our league."
Cleamons, 63, will be Drew's lead assistant. With over 30 years of experience in the NBA, the veteran assistant has won 10 NBA Championships as a player and a coach. After his nine-year playing career wrapp...