Tim Hardaway Jr. has spent his offseason working on and improving the parts of his game his father has identified.
“From the post up to coming off the pick-and-rolls, being able to if he puts me in situations where he needs me to handle the point,” he told The Athletic. “Or stay at my regular position I’m ready and prepared.”
The work could lead to a dramatic expansion of Hardaway’s game if it sticks into game-action next year. Almost half of his possessions this past season were in transition or as a spot-up shooter […]
Hardaway has invested in making improvements. He has spent time at the Elite Athletes Performance training facility in Miami, working on what his trainer, Ed Downs, says are drills are meant to enhance Hardaway’s cognitive abilities and decision-making.