Fab melo discusses transition, first into summer league
When asked the most difficult transition, Melo said, “I am used to sitting inside on the paint and when somebody goes to set a screen, I need to come up. I didn’t do that at Syracuse. I just need to get used to that. It will take a little bit of time. I will be all right. I played two years of zone. I think it’s a good thing of coach telling me all the time. I am picking it up. I am learning.”
While the Orlando Summer League was limited to coaches, players, media, and team executives, the Las Vegas games are open to fans, with many current players strolling in to catch their younger brethren make their NBA debuts. Sullinger attended games Saturday at Cox Pavilion and was stopped outside by several fans and former teammates looking to catch up.