Developing fitness, skills is an NBA player's summer job
Thirty years ago, that was an accurate line, and perhaps in some high school communities it remains true today. But for NBA players, who routinely face constantly-changing schemes and major personnel changes, in-season development is more important than ever in remaining productive from November to June.
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