It is kind of amazing to me how poorly most players are at articulating, projecting their voices, speaking clearly and voicing something other than platitudes.
I mean, as a professional athlete, you are going to have to do interviews. What's wrong with spending 20 hours with a voice coach and maybe 10-15 hours with a tutor from Toastmasters? Wouldn't it help when it comes to endorsing products?
I was just wondering who put Aaron Gray's cue cards on the ceiling?
What annoys me are the vague, generic answers to the question, "what have you worked on this summer". Instead of specifically mentioning 3-point shooting, court vision, defensive techniques, dribbling skills, post moves, etc., we get the usual, "I've been working on everything to become a more complete player". Thanks for nothing.
Similarly, Amir said he's been working on a quicker release on his jumper. I haven't heard anything negative about that yet.
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