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NBA Mobile Coins being asked to focus on rebounding

Instead, Singh's opportunities come in practice. He's NBA Mobile Coins being asked to focus on rebounding, getting up and down the court and being more active on defense. MacKinnon and assistant coach Zendon Hamilton, both in their first season with the Legends, said they have seen significant progress from Singh.NBAMTAH provides cheap Buy NBA Live Mobile Coins for sale with quick delivery and quality service. 

"Mostly this year, I have worked on my speed work and footwork," Singh said. "I know I can shoot anytime, but mostly I need to [work on] my post movement and get faster on my feet around the rim. More rebounding and finishing the shot."

In order to reach those goals, the team wants Singh to become lighter, which will increase his speed and reduce injury risk. It used to be that centers pushing 300 pounds and more, such as former pros Eddy Curry, Oliver Miller and Stanley Roberts, could enjoy productive careers.

"That's the old NBA," said Hamilton, who played six seasons in the league. "Those days are over."

NBA players are more athletic than ever now, and big men are expected to keep up with smaller players and react quickly to the ball. If big men are slow of foot, they are a major liability in transition.

Longtime NBA forward Eduardo Najera, who owns a stake in the Legends and works as a scout for the Mavericks, has insight on this evolution of the game. He played for the athletic Mavericks and NBA Mobile Coins Denver Nuggets teams that ran the court with abandon in the 2000s and helped usher in a faster style of play.

Now the center position has become more of an athletic, long shot-blocker that can run with everybody else," Najera said. "It's been kind of frustrating for some of the centers in the league, like Satnam. So it's just bad timing for him, because he does have a lot of talent. ... If he would have come in a decade before, he probably would be an NBA player."

Singh is seemingly left with a paradox. While he works to shed unnecessary weight, coaches don't want him to lose the strength he built with years of grueling work in the IMG weight room. Singh has taken boxing classes in addition to his regular work with the team, and MacKinnon and Hamilton said the results are apparent.Buy NBA Live Coins Fastest Delivery and Lowest Prices, 100% Safety!

"He's lost 40 pounds and become quicker," MacKinnon said. "He can run the court much better now. He reacts to plays better. He's in more plays in practices, and when he gets in games, he gets in  NBA Mobile Coins more plays now because he can move better."

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