San Antonio Spurs' Aron Baynes suffered a hamstring injury with Team Australia which probably didn't sit will with fans of the black and silver.
He did decide to sit out the rest of summer play with Australia and if this video is any indication, he looks to be all healed up and ready to hit the court for San Antonio next season.
Check out Baynes putting in work at the gym working on his inside game as well as his shooting range. Again, that hamstring injury looks like a thing of the past with the way he is hitting the court hard.
Baynes has what it takes to be a nice back up role player on a good NBA team... strong, athletic, big, and still developing. He will also be a good role player in a very dangerous looking Australia team, slotted behind (Hopefully) Andrew Bogut, David Anderson, Nate Jawai, Maybe Brock Motum and one day Thon Maker.
where is danny money greens video? i already know kawhistar is working hard in the gym hes a gym rat. aron baynes is improving, where is tiago and danny green doing? boy i hope they are working on their games. tiago needs a jumpshot. danny money green needs ball dribbling skills and finishing at the rim and midrange game