Indiana Pacers guard Joe Young might not have slept in the most ordinary location Thursday morning, but it very well could have been the most productive.
Young, an end-of-the-bench player for the Pacers, spent the night at the team’s practice facility on a bed of towels. He woke up twice, getting up 500 shots each time. The guard set up shop around 2 a.m. after the team’s flight returned from Memphis following a 116-113 win over the Grizzlies.
Here was his setup:
You have to admire the dedication, especially because in his three year career he has put up a combined 312 shots between field goal and free throw attempts.
He was asked about his wild night at practice on Thursday.