It’s been over two months since the NBA Summer League, and fans cannot wait for the new season to start.
They also want to stay updated with what their favorite teams have achieved during the offseason.
The Denver Nuggets have undoubtedly enjoyed the summer, as they were champions of the league last season.
But bottom-feeders such as the San Antonio Spurs had their work cut out for them during the offseason.
Zach Collins of the Spurs discussed the team’s preparation for next season on the “Road Trippin'” podcast, via Noah Magaro-George on Twitter.
Zach Collins shares insight on how the Spurs are prepping for next season: pic.twitter.com/gxQtkg05jg
— Noah Magaro-George (@N_Magaro) September 18, 2023
The Spurs apparently had vigorous training sessions throughout the summer.
As per Collins, many regular player minicamps were organized that featured a number of drills.
Considering the Spurs missed the playoffs last season, the coaches are trying to build chemistry among players ahead of the new season.
It’s a great strategy since the team has its new cornerstone player in Victor Wembanyama.
Many expect Wemby to have an instant impact on the Spurs.
A true test of Wembanyama’s talent will be seeing how many wins he adds for the Spurs next season.
The Spurs finished as the 15th seed in the Western Conference with a 22-60 record last season.
In hindsight, the Spurs certainly don’t mind finishing in the last spot, as it helped them in drafting Wembanyama.
With the new season all set to begin next month, many are wondering what will be a realistic expectation for the team.
Finishing in the playoff or play-in berth seems like a good start for Wembanyama’s NBA career.NEXT: Spurs Shares Pictures Of Victor Wembanyama In The Gym