Tyronn Lue talks about the difficulties in managing “4 future Hall of Famers”

Tyronn Lue, head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, spoke about the difficulties in leading a team composed of “4 future Hall of Famers”, identified as Kawhi Leonard, James Harden, Russell Westbrook and Paul George.

Here’s what Lue said:

“It’s hard to tell four future Hall of Famers to play differently when they’ve been doing it for so long, and that’s going to be the challenge for coaches all year long.”

When asked if the task at hand was more difficult than expected, Tyronn Lue let out a small laugh.

“It was pretty difficult. But I’m built for it. I love this team and I love my roster.”

Right now, the four players are scoring the most on the Clippers, averaging 73 points per game. The Clippers will face the Denver Nuggets on Dec. 7. They currently have a record of 9-10.

We’ll see if Tyronn Lue and the Los Angeles Clippers’ “4 future Hall of Famers” can make it to the Finals at least, although it won’t be easy with these Denver Nuggets of Nikola Jokic and Boston Celtics of Jayson Tatum.

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