After finishing that portion of his pregame prep, the 18-year NBA veteran (Ray Allen) then engaged in a courtside chat with the observing rookie (Trey Burke).
“He was basically trying to help me figure out how to get into a regular routine that I can stay consistent with,” Burke said. “He said it will definitely help you out on the court.”
Burke was appreciative that an established NBA star like Allen would take the time to help him. One thing Burke took away from the conversation was to focus on shots he’ll take during games.
“That made me excited and a lot more confident,” Burke said. “You always like talking to vets like that, a vet that’s been in this league for years, has the experience. I just try to soak it all up and apply it.”
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