Victor Wembanyama, after the second match of the Summer League and his super performance, released some interesting words in the press conference. He analyzed: "I wish I could have won the game. I think I could have done more to help my team win the game.
We have to keep learning. I personally think it's normal to get better with every game. Two days ago was my first race. I need to talk to Gregg Popovich. I will listen to what he has to say but I am ready to make any sacrifice for the team and give 100%.
For the past few months, basketball wasn't even 50% of my schedule. I can't stand it. I know it's a special time in my life, but I'm glad it's over sincerely. I just want to play, train and lift weights." Wembanyama knows how he wants to spend the next three months before training camp begins: Focus solely on basketball.
The Spurs have three games remaining in Vegas, but it's unclear whether Wembanyama will continue to play in Summer League.
Stephen Curry's words
Stephen Curry watched Golden State Warriors on Day 3 of Summer League in Las Vegas.
The 4-time NBA champion reveals that he begins to be increasingly curious to see how Chris Paul will adapt to the team. Curry, Chris Paul, Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green. It won't be the starting five of the Warriors in regular season games, but it could easily be a line up that we will see in the current game.
He explained: "We are starting to imagine some plays, the minutes in the rotations. We are energized by the challenge, we can't wait to play. Historically we have always had success using versatile teams and shuffling the cards. CP3 has very specific skills, we have seen what he has done in his career and the way."
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