Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham has reacted to Philadelphia 76ers center Paul Reed's comments on Anthony Davis.

Paul Reed, the Sixers' backup center, dubbed Davis “a big flopper” leading up to their game on Monday.

Darvin Ham didn't criticize Paul Reed for his comments. Instead, the Lakers head coach simply wished him well in guarding Anthony Davis, per SpectrumSN's Mike Trudell.

“(Reed has) gotta go guard him. Best of luck, Paul,” Ham said.

It's been a rough past few days for the Lakers' Anthony Davis 

Anthony Davis has received his fair share of criticism these past few days. Lakers fan and rapper Lil Wayne recently ripped Davis for his inconsistent ways.

“No, man. He hasn't done nothing for us. That bubble championship, that don't count, man. That man has done nothing for the Lakers,” Lil Wayne said on November 18.

Davis also had an-off night against the Dallas Mavericks four days later. He scored just 10 points in the Lakers' 104-101 home loss at Crypto.com Arena. Fans criticized him for his lack of production after the game.

Davis' teammate Austin Reaves defended him after their 121-115 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on November 25. Reaves said people don't give Davis the credit he deserves.

Now Reed has labeled Davis a flopper, a somewhat new reputation for the Lakers big man. Let's see how Davis responds on the court on Monday.