While preparing quietly with the Blues for the Euro, Rudy Gobert is still not unanimous among former players. In a recent podcast, it was Tracy McGrady who attacked the Frenchman about his summer. We imagine that the person concerned should not appreciate the remark, hoping that he answers on the floor.
While waiting to meet all his Wolves teammates at the start of the school year, towards the end of September, Rudy Gobert is concentrating fully on the France team. The preparation matches have started, while the Euro will start on September 1. A competition that the Blues obviously want to win, and as co-captain, Gobzilla has a great importance on this workforce, unsurprisingly.
A few weeks ago, the former Jazz had to digest a departure from Wolves, where he will evolve with Karl-Anthony Towns in a racket. Many people are eager to see this duo in action, even if there are doubts on the possibility of success, knowing that Minnesota dropped 4 first rounds of draft to obtain it. Suffice to say that there will be some pressure.
Rudy Gobert destroyed for his summer!
However, not everyone is a fan of the Frenchman, and especially of his summer. During a recent podcast, it was Tracy McGrady who attacked Gobert, not understanding what the Frenchman was doing so far in terms of his training. Is he looking to improve his game, or just his physique? The former player was quick to share his confusion.
T-Mac has some questions for Gobert 😅
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) August 13, 2022
Guys, here’s what I’m wondering: “what the hell are you doing this offseason?” ” No lies. What is your training?
Is Rudy doing enough to improve his game? Obviously, McGrady has some doubts on the subject. A little later, he even recalled an event during a Rockets game, with Chris Paul:
I was so mad at Rudy when he played the Rockets one year. Chris Paul was defending him at the post, and I was furious. He couldn’t do anything. Nothing. You’re 2m18, and you can’t do anything when a point guard defends you. He has no moves.
A fairly cash report on Gobert from McGrady, who undoubtedly believes that the Frenchman must spend his summer developing his game. At least we can say that the message has been transmitted.
Rudy Gobert arrives in Minnesota to take this roster to the next level, but clearly, he is far from convincing everyone. The Frenchman has progress to make, but we cannot say that he has been unemployed since the beginning of the summer. We should get a first glimpse with the Blues for this Euro.