For two-quarters of the San Diego-Friday intra-squad, it was the young guns نہیں not the veterans جن that made the waves.
Inside the Nuggets training camp at the University of California San Diego Gym, the White team, which included Bol Bol, Bones Highlands, Foucault Campazo, Austin Rivers and Jameel Green, took him to the senior squad of Monte Morris, Michael Porter Jr. and Aaron Gordon. gone. , PJ Dossier and Jeff Green.
Although the media was only allowed to go within six minutes and was not private for much live action, much of the discussion about the post game revolved around talk and its new energy.
“I think Bol Bol was a really good camp and a permanent camp,” said Nuggets coach Michael Malone. About that, is he willing to do the little things and do his best?
Malone immediately pointed out that a young player who is trying to get into the rotation, the effort must be continuous.
Dossier, whose team couldn’t handle the pace of the Holland Rivers-Campazo trio, was asked what they saw speaking in San Diego.
“He’s like a unicorn, you don’t see much of him,” Dossier said. Like Malone, Dossier referred to the mentality that the biggest factor prevents speech.
If that has changed, and the way he speaks has changed, there’s a chance he’ll get on his way in a few minutes. If nothing else, at least the impression of Denver’s youngest unicorn may change.
Green has been in the corner of Bol ever since he arrived in Denver. Every time he asked about the breakout players, without fail, Green quoted Bol. Given his breed as an experienced Blue Collar defender, there could be no better role model in the locker room.
Instead of texting Bol to come to the gym for extra workouts, Green said he told her straight to his face what he expected from her.
“Talk to you soon and keep up the good content,” Green said. “I’m on it because we need it.”