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October 22, 2017 | 3:36 pm EDT Update
Here’s what the Spanish doctors determined, according to Porzingis: he needs to cease “overtraining. “Like not coming in super early in the morning after a game to get a workout in,” Porzingis said Sunday. “That doesn’t help my weight either. I keep losing weight. Those things add up and by the end of the season, I’m drained. The doctor said it too. My resistance is good. I don’t need to be running ten miles a day. …I was always doing too much.”
“Most (big) guys, when they catch the ball at the top (of the key) or in pick-and-roll, they’re looking to get off the 3,” Dwight Howard said. “Back when I first came in, it was look first inside-out. It’s an adjustment – I get it. I talked to some of the guys (Friday) night: ‘There are going to be points when I’m frustrated, there are going to be times when you’re frustrated.’ We’ve just got to stay patient with each other – understand it’s a process and to play together.”
Tony Parker has a good idea when he’ll be able to get back on the floor again. “When Dr. Popovich says so,” Parker said with a chuckle. That day is still more than a month away, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich says, but it is coming more quickly than anyone envisioned when Parker went down with a ruptured quadriceps tendon in last season’s playoffs. The next step is a return to full-court 5-on-5 scrimmaging, which Parker hopes to do this week.
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