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Michael Frazier
Michael Frazier
Position: F-G
Born: 03/08/94
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:200 lbs. / 90.7 kg.
Salary: $1,416,852
The Athletic reported that Paul arrived at Toyota Center on Thursday only after he heard Curry was using the Toyota Center court for shooting drills on Thursday, and “kicked Curry off the Toyota Center court.” Roland, however, said they actually crossed paths on May 3, the night before Game 4, and that there were no issues with Curry’s time on the main floor, with Paul doing his usual lifting while Curry had the court before he and Rockets rookie Michael Frazier headed to the court for a workout.
“I’ve been here three years and we go to shoot the night before games quite often,” Roland said. “Never in my three years has a player been on our main floor shooting the night before a game. When we saw him out there, I contacted our equipment manager (Tony Nila) because they’re the ones that coordinate shooting times. He told me ‘we gave him the court at 6:45.’ We asked him how long they had the court for. When we finally went out there, Stephen cracked a joked with Chris. Chris said ‘let him shoot.’ It wasn’t like it was a confrontation. “Let him shoot. Let him finish what he’s doing.’ We didn’t kick him off the court. We didn’t even say anything. I wanted to know how long he was shooting because I had Chris with Michael Frazier and James Harden coming right after Chris. I wanted to know how long he was going to be before James left the house.”
Van Gundy spoke with USA TODAY Sports about coaching the team, what it meant to him, qualifying for the World Cup (which will feature NBA players), and what’s next. Questions and answers have been edited for length and clarity. Q: What did it mean to beat Argentina? Jeff Van Gundy: Argentina is so good, so well-coached, so mentally and physically tough that they’re either going to bring the best of out of you or the worst out of you. Down the stretch, it brought the best out of our players. Reggie Hearn, so fittingly because he’s played with us the most, makes the game-winning shot, and Travis Trice, who’s been with us two straight (qualifying windows), makes two huge 3s down the stretch, and Michael Frazier, who I can’t understand why he’s not on an NBA roster, was our best player.
Thus far rookie Marcelo Huertas, an international veteran from Brazil, has been sidelined with a minor hamstring strain. Despite his absence, the Lakers may choose to keep him as a needed true, backup point guard — over both Brown and Frazier. Like Frazier, Texas forward Holmes has potential but making the roster may be a long shot. Both may end up in the NBA Development League with the D-Fenders.