As for our other NBA training camp participants, I can only tell you what they tell me, but they all feel like they are playing well and giving it everything they have. It will tough for each player to make an NBA squad, but if they play aggressively and take a spot, it will impress the coaches and give them a far better chance. Would there be anything better than seeing these guys finally accomplish their life's work and make the NBA? For me, there would be nothing better. Good luck to them all!
Monday, December 12, 2011
Chris Hunter to the Knicks
Good news for Chris Hunter as he was called up to the New York Knicks training camp today. Chris has been working hard to get back into shape after an ankle injury the first day of practice, and it is not a surprise that a team would jump on him. If Chris can stay on the court, he should be working towards some of the ridiculous money that players like DeAndre Jordan are now making ($10m per year). Chris has all the athleticism, strength, and skill a team should want in a big, and he now has to put it all together. If he can, there is no stopping him. This is the second time Chris has been called up before even playing a game for us, and I hope he never gets called up again, because it will mean that he has finally stuck in the NBA.