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September 19, 2018 | 3:29 pm EDT Update
Therefore, Cook said he has worked on “all aspects” of his game this summer. “I’m trying to be in the best shape of my life. I’m getting stronger and more athletic to help rebound and to guard bigger opponents,” said Cook, who is listed at 6-foot-2. “My confidence and experience is another thing that has helped me this summer. I know where I get my shots from and I know I’ll be ready to shoot at all times.”
The Warriors also allowed Cook to bring their 2017 NBA championship trophy to his hometown, providing an illustrative reminder of both what drives Cook and should motivate his campers aspiring to follow his path. “I’m in the NBA and I won a championship. I had some great things happen, but I’m not satisfied,” Cook said. “I want to keep getting better, being a great teammate and try to keep learning from our guys and help as much as possible. I’m not satisfied with where I’m at.”
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