Each summer league game takes about a 2 hour time commitment when all things are considered. Some teams play 40 games, or more, in the summer. Imagine how much improvement a player could make if they devoted those 80+ hours on fundamentals such as footwork, ballhandling, passing or shooting. How much better would a player be if they used some of that time for jump training, a quickness & agility workout, or an effective strength program.
If players simply play games and do not work to improve their fundamentals, they are then only practicing the same bad habits. There must be a balance of individual work, team practice, and some actual game competition for the most effective improvement to take place.
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