How Brandin Podziemski impressed Steph Curry in Warriors training camp originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area
Brandin Podziemski has made quite an impression in the Warriors’ training camp, catching the eye of his teammate, Steph Curry. Curry commends Podziemski’s confidence, work ethic, and understanding of how his style of play can impact the game. The 20-year-old rookie has displayed great potential in the preseason games, averaging 7.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 6.0 assists in 27.3 minutes per game. Despite his young age, Podziemski demonstrates a studious approach to the game, actively seeking knowledge and asking questions. His presence on the court is evident, showcasing fearlessness and competitiveness. Podziemski’s progress has been recognized not only by Curry but also by Gary Payton II, who serves as his prominent defensive instructor, and Coach Steve Kerr. Despite his physical limitations, Podziemski’s anticipation and ball instincts make up for it. For more insights on the Warriors, download and follow the Dubs Talk Podcast.
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