The dust has barely settled on the Los Angeles Clippers recently announcing the team’s new head coach in Tyronn Lue, and already, his plans for the upcoming season are coming into view. This Kawhi Leonard and Paul George-led roster will be in store for a number of significant changes with a new man at the helm.

This report comes via Jovan Buha and Joe Vardon of The Athletic:

Some changes that Lue will bring to the Clippers next season include better ball movement and a faster pace, league sources said. The Clippers will experiment more on the defensive end, mixing in more zone coverages and varying pick-and-roll schemes. The younger players on the roster — Ivica Zubac, Landry Shamet, Terance Mann and Mfiondu Kabengele — will be given larger roles and more minutes. The Clippers plan to stagger Leonard and George’s minutes more, as well as testing out different role players around them to see what lineup combinations work best.

That’s quite a lot to take in, but one thing is clear: changes are coming. Sitting as an assistant to former head coach Doc Rivers throughout the 2019-20 season, Lue was able to get a firsthand view of the team’s strengths and weaknesses throughout the season, and as it appears, he has no hesitations in implementing an overhaul on the team’s system of play.

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The report also points out that Lue’s relationship with LA’s front office will play a significant role in his potential success:

A key for Lue in his second stint as a head coach will be the collaborative process between him and his staff and the front office. For example, Lue is open to working with the front office to fill out his coaching staff. The Clippers want better synergy between the staff and the front office, league sources said.

Lue appears to be willing to play ball with the front office, but it is also clear the new Clippers coach will be given a lot of leeway in terms of his control over his own squad.