Clippers coach Doc Rivers speaks to Rams players about leadership and winning
Rivers spoke for about 30 minutes and then answered questions for about 30 minutes during a videoconference that included about 100 players and coaches, a Rams spokesman said.
Rivers coached the Boston Celtics to an NBA title in 2008. The Clippers were second in the Western Conference when the NBA suspended its season in March because of the coronavirus outbreak.
New Rams defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson said Rivers spoke about leadership, teamwork and winning.
Rams coach Sean McVay says the team wouldn’t have moved on from Brandin Cooks if it didn’t believe Josh Reynolds could be a dynamic deep-ball threat.
“Everyone matters — to whoever’s playing, whoever’s not playing, like every single link has to be connected,” Robinson said. “So you have to have that leadership and that togetherness, on and off the court, to understand what you want to accomplish and achieve.”
The Rams’ offseason program is scheduled to run through June 26. McVay has said he would like to connect with Dodgers manager Dave Roberts about speaking to the Rams.
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