Originally Posted by Valliant13
Bargs was given a very detailed off season plan by management. To his credit, by all account, he is hard worker that gave up his entire summer to basketball without blinking. The kid has his flaws, but he is at least putting in the effort to improve. Hopefully the footwork and boxing out drills will improve his inside game and rebounding. I also have feeling his block numbers will be very solid this year.
The thing is, practice is one thing, and game situations are another. You can work hard on drills, fitness, weight training, short scrimmages, etc.. all you want, all NBA players do that. It's not easy to take a whole summer off and then just come back and jump into things again, their NBA players so they get paid great money to work hard. I would've liked to see him in summer league to see him getting in some game action. It's only a week right? So there would be plenty of time to get back in the gym and train.