Even if the player was ready for opening day, I see many people using this excuse whenever the player is not playing up to standard throughout the entire season, that because they didnt attend training camp they did not have the opportunity to find their groove. Or is this just a myth? I thought the players would still be able to work on developing their games through in-season practices or workouts of their own.
Depends on the injury.
Depends on the player. I know Mitchells "sophomore slump" was very much because he wasnt able to work out much after getting hurt in the Rockets series and once he got his legs back under him around the new year he was playing top notch again. Training
My inspiration for this post was because of Kuzma. He didnt participate in training camp at all due to an ankle issue which kept him out for a good while. And he started off this season playing ass and cant get into a rhythm at all, but also he was gettin
Yes. I believe Kevin Huerter would be way better right now if he didnt miss essentially 2 training camps. Im sure this is true for other young players around the league too.
well, would your part of group project take a hit if you missed the study sessions?