Lmao. Good catch. My bad.
Pulls through. Hopefully he pulls *through*.
most likely, but other players will too - it's all relative. more concerned with his core strength than his weight
A guy limited over a year out from what was a minor issue isn't concerning? It's not the writer reacting wrong, it appears to be fans in denial. This
I agree with Fletcher. If the injury isn't a lingering issue, there is no need for him to be limited. If he's limited, the injury is a lingering issue.
When he dropped 51 at the pro am...I read about that...Ive been a Daye fan for a while now. But it seems like our FO doesn't like 6'11 guys with 3 pt
I think the appropriate question is:
Will he lose mass/weight during the season as he seemed to last year?
I agree with ML wave. Call it want you want, but 14 other players on the roster will not be on a minutes restriction this year. This does not MEAN anything
It still doesn't matter as much what his weight is, but where it is. They are smart to strengthen his core. The more strength in his legs, butt, and abs
The beauty of it is he is still lean, even with the extra weight. There was a debate a few months back about his weight, and I pretty much nailed it
Stay right at 253... no more than 255. That's perfect for him.
(...)new Pelicans head strength and conditioning coach Jason Sumerlin(...)
another new member of the 'coaching' staff
Not to side with Fletcher, but if Jrue were 100% he wouldn't have a minutes restriction, right? And it's not good news if he's not 100% after 4ish months
He was also quoted to be quicker, more explosive,and faster
In my weight analysis of big men in the league 250 was the magical weight that seemed to separate PFs from Centers. Hope he is still as fast.