By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs.com
Ever wondered just how intense practices were for the 1992 Olympic "Dream Team?" How much trash-talking was done between the legendary players? What did Christian Laettner have to go through? What about the loss to the college players for Team USA? Who were the leaders for such a star-studded team? How wild did Charles Barkley get?
Fortunately, San Antonio Spurs legend David Robinson answered all that and revealed much more.
In the video below, Robinson spoke frankly on what it was like being a member for the 1992 Team USA squad including how odd it was for opposing team's to be in awe of the '92 Team, Chuck Daly as coach, how he wasn't surprised Team USA dominated opposing teams in the 1992 Olympics, and more.
For Spurs fans, David defends Tony Parker saying he is one of the most underrated point guards in the NBA, is a great leader, and just pours compliments on TP. Though Robinson still puts Dirk Nowitzki as the better foreign player over Parker. Check out what "The Admiral" has to say at PROJECT SPURS