Lucas: Maturation Continues For Thomas
Thu Oct 5, 2006
Quentin Thomas thought his rapid ascent would be stunted when he tore a ligament in his left thumb, an injury that prevented him from playing pickup for almost a month. Thomas still went to the gym, where he worked on shooting form with one hand, but he was afraid the floor sense that makes a quality point guard would desert him without full-speed game action. That's when he discovered the benefits of videotape.
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