Obviously less media than that of LeBron James, the presence of Norman Powell at the Drew League in Los Angeles this summer, however, was a small Clippers player-wide event.
Already because he hadn’t played there since 2017, when he was in Toronto. Then because it allows him to find the floors after a second part of last season marred by a fracture in the left foot.
“It’s always a special event”he explains to The Athletic, speaking of the Drew League. “It’s something that we professionals can do for cities, to show that we appreciate their love and support. It was my first time in five-on-five, in real conditions, of the offseason. »
It is therefore a sign that the former Portland is better physically, after having only played five games with the Clippers, in four months…
” I feel good. I’m still in rehabilitation, but I feel capable of going all out. I have insoles, for my foot bone. It’s fine, I have no problem. I hope to stay like this to feel healthy during the season. »
A 2022/2023 exercise particularly awaited by the 2019 champion, with the Raptors, who wants to find some stability within a very ambitious team with the return also of Kawhi Leonard.
“I’m looking forward to having a full season with one team. These last two years have been complicated since I was transferred twice and I had to adapt each time. »
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