By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs.com
While certain players are lucky enough to be considered lottery locks and even top five locks in the NBA Draft each summer, which lead them to not participating in combines and only working out and interviewing with a handful of teams, it is the polar opposite for players near the end of the first round or into the second round.
Some players have improved their draft stock drastically due to pre-draft workouts, but the last thing anyone would call it is easy.
After working out twice and three times a day for weeks, players usually gather up enough miles to qualify for any frequent flyer program, just to go through a grueling workout before booking another flight for another NBA city.
For recent San Antonio Spurs draftee Marcus Denmon, he wasn't even projected to be drafted. He recently chronicled his pre-draft process for Dime Magazine and talked about everything from a Minnesota hotel with a flat screen tv in the bathroom to a certain coach's wardrobe malfunction.
Denmon said he trained at UC-Santa Barbara with BDA Sports and the Peak Performance Project Sport Science facility.
I would do one workout in the morning usually around 8:00, then I’d come back and do the weight room and agility workout around 11 or 11:30 at P3 Sport Science.
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