And just a little more.
I think I know where Demar is coming from in a way after seeing that video. He's busting his ass, working hard and learning all the right techniques.
There comes a time when you've just got to relax and let go of all of that in game though. Once you've got all that stuff down, you've got to let your body take over.
Bah, as if I know anything.
Love DeMar's attitude. Evidence that it may be the most important trait to look for in a prospect because it can make a guy really push himself to be better than anyone expects.
Do any of you think Demar's development may have actually been delayed by the constant offseason turmoil in his first few years?
Like do you think it's easier to go into training in the offseason with a better idea of what to expect from the team next year?
"You clearly don't know who you're talking to, so let me clue you in: I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot, and you think that of me? No! I am the one who knocks!"
- Walter White
this is all classic Demar offseason. Nobody should be surprised, the kid is the real deal.
He's still young, he's going to improve a lot more before his prime, which is still at least 3-4 years away.
The name's Bond, James Bond.
More DD handling videos.. I can't wait till next season
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