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Here’s Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard Shaedon Sharpe talking about his sophomore season/improvement areas to focus on this summer at exit interviews last month (averaged 15.9 PPG/5.0 RPG/2.9 APG/40.6% FG/33.3% 3-PT/82.4% FT in 32 games).

*Missed significant time due to a lower abdominal injury which required surgery*

(via Portland Trail Blazers):

Reporter: “Aside from the injuries, how would you assess this season for you?”

Sharpe: “Pretty good. It’s unfortunate that I got hurt, but the time that I was playing, I think I did pretty good for my second season. Just gotta learn a bit more, so going into the offseason, just going to work on the things that I see need improvement from film and everything.”

Reporter: “What would that be?”

Sharpe: “I’d say my pace, playmaking still, finding teammates on the court, just getting stronger, and working on my body so I can defend, and then just hitting shots, making shots. So, working on those things.”