As professional basketball it's really something i really cant describe.... lonnie walker iv on being a pro....after the nba draft it hadn't sunk in he'd realized his dream...now that he's in the pro's he's still the same old lonnie "still the same person, have the same family and friends.
I got a new dog of course!
Professional life is a lot different, you always have a lot of people knowing who you are.
A torn meniscus cost walker some valuable development time early in the season.
The 18th overall picks been brought along slowly under gregg popovich's tutelage the bigger picture, his bigger picture.
Pop is one of the greatest coaches in the world.
If not the greatest coach in the world.
His widsom, things he knows about the game, its all about learning walker's time in the ?
League is not unprecedented for san antonio...guys like dejounte murray and derrick white cut their teeth in austin... the spurs development is like no other.
I know at the end of the day whether its 2, 3 years from know im going to be one of the greatest players in this league just 62 miles from home in reading, a stop by the old stomping grounds isn't in the agenda....while he keeps tabs on rick perez, wesley butler and the red knights...it's about his pro career, and his drive strickly business, its great to be back home, but i still gotta be a pro.
Live this professional life.
Handle my business