In an interview with TMZ Sports, Randolph was complimentary of Hammon, saying, "If she knows basketball—and she knows basketball—I think she'll be fine."
If Hammon is hired, she will become the first female head coach in NBA history.
Randolph played under a female assistant this season in Kings player development coach Jenny Boucek.
The two-time All-Star raved about Boucek, saying: "This was the first year we had a [female assistant coach]. This was my first year ever experiencing that, and it was a great experience...probably one of the best experiences."
Like Boucek, Hammon is a former WNBA player who transitioned into coaching men in the NBA.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich hired Hammon as an assistant in 2014, and she has enjoyed success in that role. Most notably, Hammon acted as the head coach for the Spurs during the 2015 Las Vegas Summer League and led them to the title.
If the Bucks hire Hammon, she will inherit a team that pushed the second-seeded Boston Celtics to seven games in the first round of the playoffs and boasts one of the NBA's brightest stars in Giannis Antetokounmpo.