Last year we were hearing about L.A. hiring a personal trainer and getting help from Bernie B to work on his weakness. Look how that paid off. I know these players don't have access to the staff and training facilities, but come on...Is it too much to ask that every one of them should be doing their best to improve their game both physically and mentally?
Felton, you better be getting to your Pilates/Yoga class.
Roy, I don't know-good luck.
Matthews, you are a stud and an example with your work ethic.
Batum/C.Johnson, adding some muscle wouldn't hurt.
Wallace, I'm not worried a bit about you and keep it up.
L.A., when you wake a sleeping giant you get big expectations
Oden, just do your best with the body/mind connection
Camby, you are great and I hope you pass on some wisdom to the crew.
I wish there was a competition regarding who comes back the most ready to win games.
Side note: it sure is frustrating to see the NBA on hold because the super/crazy rich people can't agree about very simple stuff. I have way more respect and pity for what Obama has had to deal with. As a middle class tax payer, I find it insulting that theses type of financial practices ares happening in all major sports.
If I got paid 10,000 to play a game I loved, I'd do it and be happy.