A lot has been made about Hakeem Olajuwon working with Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets as a trainer and mentor. Looks like the Utah Jazz have been doing the same thing with their legendary point guard John Stockton.
The all-time assists and steals leader has been helping out the young Jazz guards, Alec Burks and Trey Burke. His assistance (pardon the pun), has been less hands-on than Dream's involvement, and more of a pure mentorship - advising the young bucks on what it means to be a point guard in the NBA. We can also assume he's showed them how to set "barely-legal" screens as well.
“Alec [Burks] and Trey [Burke] are both actually working with John [Stockton]. They were able to get up this week and work with John, which again shows you the commitment we have from the Karl Malone’s, the John Stockton’s, the Jerry Sloan’s of helping us build this new team, this young team.
We’ve been really happy with the commitment of John to go and really support us in helping these young players not only on the floor, teaching them some tricks of the trade, but also more the philosophy and what it means, the opportunity to be playing for the Utah Jazz and playing in the NBA, and some things that they can do mentally as well as physically to become a better basketball player.”