Ryan Rollins, a guard for the Warriors, has had a very difficult season. In the 2022–23 NBA season, he only participated in 12 games as a result of a foot fracture in February. It appears that he is now prepared to go back.
In an interview with KRON4 News, Rollins discussed his injuries and confirmed that he would be participating in the NBA Summer League.
“It was a process, you know I battled some injuries, went through surgery and all that,” Rollins said. “I mean, it was a process, it was all a part of my journey, I learned a lot. I’m ready for next year. I’m just now starting getting back to full live playing, so, I’ll be ready for Summer League and all that. So, I’ll be good.”
Although Rollins’ primary responsibility is to carry out the coaches’ instructions, he has been concentrating particularly on defense and playmaking, two skills that the Warriors could use off the bench.
“Just do anything the coaches ask of me, go out there and play hard, compete, give it my all, and do what they tell me to do,” Rollins said. “I say my defense, my play-making ability, that’s what they’re asking me a lot. I feel like I’m getting better with that.”
The off-season for the Golden State Warriors will undoubtedly be entertaining to watch, especially in light of the widespread speculation regarding Draymond Green’s future. All eyes should be on the NBA Summer League before it all begins, though.