Flip Saunders thinks John Wall played in too many summer leagues

Kevin Durant and John Wall

Anyone who appreciates both joy and basketball, especially simultaneously, found something to like in the player takeover of America’s summer leagues. There were highlights, moments of community outreach, and a general sense that these men who play basketball for a living would be in love with the sport even if they weren’t paid millions of dollars. Truth be told, it was a nice respite from the overwhelming corporatism of the NBA experience.


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