In a tradition as old as the G-League itself, interns are asked to earn Commercial Drivers Licenses to drive the team bus. What may, on the surface, seem like an arduous task, has become a badge of honor amongst NBA staffers.
Miles Plumlee isn't afraid to try new things. He unicycles through New York City, endures grueling workouts and parties at Burning Man. At the end of the day, he uses all of those experiences to help lead a young Hawks team.
Would Jayson Tatum have still gone to Duke if there was no one-and-done rule? Does he agree with teammate Jaylen Brown that the Celtics are making the NBA Finals this season? He answered those questions and more with The Crossover.
Kemba Walker is counted among the NBA's most nimble guards, equipped with a killer crossover and lightning-fast reflexes. As Walker is quick to attest, Jay Hernandez, who is now a Hornets assistant, has a large hand in his rise.