Chris Broussard: some league execs think Tyson Chandler will land in Milwaukee. Mavs not out of picture for Tyson though if they don’t get DeAndre
October 1, 2016 | 2:00 pm EDT Update
But Love, in Cleveland — it works. And yet, the Internet still really wants to see Love traded. “That’s just something that you live with,” Love said. “We have so much hype and media and the good and the bad surrounding this team and it just comes with the territory. So, I love this team, love the coaching staff, my teammates, the organization. I mean, I don’t think it will ever leave but frankly, I don’t really give a s—.”
He said last season he didn’t know much about Drummond’s game, but when he got to work alongside Drummond in the practice gym, it was apparent that the All-Star center was good — and still developing his game heading into his fifth season. “I didn’t follow him a lot. He’s young but very athletic,” Marjanovic said. “He’s a good guy and loves to work. It’s important for this sport if you love to work. He’s huge and can be a (better) player.”
He figures he spends between 30 and 40 minutes per day – aside from practice – just shooting, and he doesn’t even know how many that shots that adds up to. “I let the coaches count; I just shoot,” Hollis-Jefferson said. “I look at it like if it feels good then it was a good shot and try to keep it the same way. But I don’t count them; I let the coaches count them. I just worry about if I’m shooting it right so I can create that same habit.” Hollis-Jefferson’s shot has changed since last season and part of that is not taking the ball as far back when he lines it up. He’s looking to get it off earlier.