Every year around NBA Draft time, talk about the past always creeps up among the talking heads both in the mainstream media and on social media. It could be players that aren’t living up to their potential despite being a lottery pick or it could be those that slipped through the cracks and are now stars today.
With all the hype surrounding the top two picks in this past June’s draft, there are handful of players that have the potential to fall in the latter category in a few years. Based on what we’ve seen so far, Orlando Magic rookie Jonathan Isaac could be one of those names that give GMs pause and wonder why five teams passed him up.
With a versatile game that’s built for today’s NBA and an infectious enthusiasm that comes with being a rookie, Isaac will have the chance to grow and develop under Magic coach Frank Vogel and young vets like Aaron Gordon. On his downtime, however, Isaac will also have the chance to hone his Call of Duty skills against his friends and fans on social media. We had a chance to talk with Isaac about CoD, the upcoming WWII that’s dropping November 3, his thoughts on the upcoming NBA season, and of course, sneakers.
On how he got hooked on Call of Duty:
It all started my first time playing AAU basketball… I want to say sixth grade, seventh grade, something like that… One of my teammates I spent the night at his house a lot because his dad was the coach so we would leave from his house and he was a huge Call of Duty fan and I had no idea what it was. So we started playing and we would kill me over and over again; he show ...
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