Todd can play a massive role for the Wizards soon. After dealing with health and safety protocols last Summer League, Isaiah Todd is excited for this year’s Summer League in Las Vegas and beyond. He spoke to Hoop District after the Wizards previous practice before they played their first game on Saturday against the Detroit Pistons. Check out the best bookmakers for betting on the NBA!
“Last season, the biggest step I wanted to take was being comfortable and knowing what was going on. Increasing my IQ and my feel for the game, and I think that 100 per cent coming into a whole new group for Summer League, bouncing from being in the league [NBA] and being in the G League, I feel very comfortable.”
“Last year with the COVID protocols, I missed a lot of practices and games, and I got in late. So this year to get that full experience will be great to showcase growth from the G League season to now.”
“There’s a different feel for the game for me now. Understanding concepts a lot quicker, a lot better. Just learning how to play with other guys, you can stick me anywhere on offense or defense, and I know what’s going on.”
“I think when it’s all said and done, I can be one of the most versatile players ever to play the game, and that’s what I’m working towards every day. Right now, I think I’m in that 4/5, 4/3 range, but as the 5, you got to be able to guard the five and that comes with maturity and my body and strength. With the 3, continuing to be able to guard the three and do guard-like things on offense.”
“Feedback is keep going. That’s what I’m hearing from the guys. They love the growth and progression. To keep going and keep working hard, and they see it.”
“Polishing those things that I’ve been working on all summer and then taking whatever next step is in the growth of that.”
“I’m going to feel great if we can win every last one of these games, and I help.”
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