Devin Booker discusses Rockets’ lack of mid-range shots, double teams

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During the final rounds of the NBA 2K tournament, Devin Booker talked about double teams and the Houston Rockets’ lack of mid-range shots.

Lately there’s been a little more Devin Booker news than usual, as it pertains to the Houston Rockets. This is attributed to the NBA 2K tournament, as Booker played with and against them during the final rounds of the tournament. This gave him a golden opportunity to share his sentiments about the team.

Booker talked about how no other player in the league has the work ethic like Russell Westbrook, among several other things. All in all, this gave Rockets fans more to take away than what was initially expected, considering how the Rockets didn’t have anyone in the tournament.

All in all, the tournament ended up giving us the only example of team sports that we’ve seen in a month, and could possibly be the only game we see until June, based on the news that the league wants to resume play around that timeframe. But as Rockets sharpshooter said, no one knows, so it’s impossible to say even that will happen.

Although we already wrote about Booker’s comments on P.J. Tucker being a corner specialist and Russ’s drive, there were actually alot more things he had to say about the Houston Rockets. Let’s delve into the rest of his comments.

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