matt131 wrote:Ghost of Kleine wrote:Kellan Olson (@KellanOlson) Tweeted:
Deandre Ayton said he's going by a schedule right now every day. Works out 4 days a week.
hope he's studying and watching film the other 3 days.
But I do wonder why the hell Sarver/ Jones can't open their wallets to have Ayton attend Hakeem Olajuwans' " Dream camp"???
After his retirement he started his own Big Man Camps, coaching and teaching many college and NBA players in the nuances of post play as a big man.
Olajuwon stayed connected to basketball and, in 2006, launched his first Big Man Camp. The camp was a re-creation of sorts of what he learned years earlier from Malone. In each camp, he taught front-court players the finer points of playing in the post. Through the years he has helped numerous players with their footwork and inside game including Yao Ming, Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, and LeBron James.