Sports Illustrated’s Sam Amick caught up with Austin Daye, among other players, at the Drew League pro-am in California. Daye talked about how hard it is even for players to get news now that they can’t communicate with their teams:
With all lines of communication cut off between players and team officials, Daye is left to browse the Internet for updates on his team’s ongoing coaching search (And for the record, Lawrence Frank and Mike Woodson are reportedly neck-and-neck for the job.)
“I’m looking at RealGM.com more than I ever have before, looking at all the websites, just to see what’s going to happen,” Daye said. “But whatever Joe Dumars decides, I’m sure it’s going to be a good decision.”
Amick also gets good stuff from day on what it’s like to play in the Drew League, probably the top pro-am league in the country right now.
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