Warriors Anderson: A player’s greatest ability is his ability to stay healthy
Live it, April 5th. Recently, Warriors guard Juan Toscano Anderson accepted an exclusive interview with the media and shared some of his thoughts on playing in the NBA.
“Before entering the NBA, there were many variables in my basketball career. I played all over the world, and I also played in the NBA Development League for 2 years. Those experiences were full of fun, and I am grateful to be able to play at the highest level in the world. “Compared with the G-League and other national basketball leagues such as the Mexican League, the biggest difference in the NBA is that it has the most top basketball resources, and all hardware and software are top-notch, which allows you work has become easier.”
“Playing in this world’s highest level league has very high requirements for players. In the pre-match preparations, restoring physical function before the game is as important as other preparations.” Anderson continued, “I will first Do some warm-up moves to prepare for the warm-up shot, then do some relaxation treatments (recovery boots, reflexology balls, fascia guns, etc.) to relax your muscles, keep them active, and most importantly, keep you ready for the game be prepared.”
In the end, Anderson concluded: “Your greatest ability is the ability to play at any time, and if you can’t stay healthy, you won’t be able to play at a high level.”
This season, Anderson played 71 games for the Warriors, averaging 4.1 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 13.6 minutes per game.
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