Touched in the knee during the preseason, Kendrick Nunn ultimately spent the entire regular season in the infirmary. His articulation sometimes reacted badly to the workload and his comeback was only pushed back again and again.
His first year in Los Angeles was therefore an ordeal. Nine months later, he announces that it is ancient history.
” I feel good “he said in an interview for Spectrum SportsNet. “To tell the truth, I feel 100% like when I was playing. I haven’t felt this good in a while. Probably since my last season in Miami. »
If he would not have changed the Lakers’ failed season on his own, the rear would no doubt have done some good with his offensive qualities, providing one more solution to Frank Vogel. As a reminder, in two seasons with the Heat, he averaged 15 points.
Before starting his second year in Los Angeles, since he logically activated his option during the offseason, what did he retain from this white season?
“I learned a lot by watching. I did not expect to stay so long away from the floors. But I took the opportunity to look and see things from a different point of view. »