Stephen Curry answering a question via an interview with the NY Times on team training; is it optimal for individual growth.
I don’t think you can rely solely on that, for sure, because that’s a good point: making sure what you’re doing is specific to your strengths and weaknesses and how to get better. But obviously during the season it’s all about team situations and team scenarios, so having a lot of repetitions and opportunities in the summer to work in that kind of environment I think can accelerate your progress as well. I’ve added a little individual work on the outside, on my own time, to complement what we’re doing with Team USA. So it’s almost like a double benefit for me.