‘He actually gets sick when he’s not training,’ exclaimed NBA coach Jalen Green’s dedication to legendary Kobe Bryant
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Jalen Green, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, is widely regarded as one of the brightest young talents in the league due to the significant improvement he showed during the break. All-Star from the previous season. In his final 10 games of the season, Green improved a lot, averaging 26.1 points and shooting 41% from outside the arc.
The 20-year-old superstar is so focused on improving his level of performance and bringing success to Houston that he always makes the best use of the chances presented to him and excels at such a young age. Green’s personal goals for this year reflect “Take my team to more wins than last year and hopefully be a star,” he said on Rockets media day.
“I feel great,” Rockets guard Jalen Green said after the second day of training camp in Lake Charles. “I am delighted to return.” #LightTheFuse #Serge @TheRocketsWire pic.twitter.com/bJFRMFkQKj
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Green is set for a bigger 2022-23 NBA season. Going into his second year, he should have a bigger impact on the team. Outside of training, he is also working on his rough behavior.
According to his coach Mike Hill, he worked exceptionally hard in the offseason. It’s even gotten to the point where it’s being compared to the late Kobe Bryant’s work ethic. Additionally, Hill claimed the young Rockets star felt bad when he was unable to practice.
Hill told Athleticism, “He actually gets sick when he’s not training.” He added: “Ninety percent of that – is mental, you know what I mean? Everyone is good at this level. But once his mentality [improved]once he got warm, once he got his confidence back, he kept going.
The level of focus and drive shown by this Green is uncommon among young people today. His legion of devoted followers believe he can and will one day be an NBA star.