San Antonio Spurs' Cory Joseph had a rocky rookie season. He saw himself get some playing time, buried on the bench, and get sent back-and-forth to Austin to play in the D-League with the Austin Toros.
And while some pointed that he should have stayed in Texas one more year, in the end, he found himself a boy among men considering he is only 19-years old and only played one year in college. But after an up-and-down rookie season, he spoke on his first season in the NBA.
From seeing how physical the playoffs become, just how hard it is to play in the NBA, having Tony Parker and Gary Neal showing him the ropes and more, Joseph goes into detail about his first go-around with San Antonio. Check out what Joseph had to say, along with his brother Devoe talking about Canadian basketball starting at the 2:45 point of the video below.
@WOW Typical over-negative uninformed overstatement..par for the course where you are concerned. I'll bet with complete confidence that you have not even seen all his SPURS PT much less D League Etc action. SUre he MAY not end up being solid, but then again same could be said about the majority of players picked in 1st round of last years draft.