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And the forward said his shooting is catching up to the rest of his skill set.
"I overhauled my free throws because I didn’t really have a consistent free throw," he said. "I had about three different [jump shots] and that’s not OK. Now I have one jumper that shoots every single time … and it feels great."
"I have blisters all over my fingers just from shooting so much," he added. "It’s great."
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