There is a silver lining to social distancing. We get to go through old memories. Some aren’t that great to relive, but others will bring a smile to your face.
In this case, Kings’ star guard De’Aaron Fox got to watch his game from back in the day -- his freshman year of high school days.
Sheesh 😂 https://t.co/X1nEmjPU9S— De'Aaron Fox (@swipathefox) March 17, 2020
His reaction was pretty priceless.
A short-haired, fast Fox was dominating the court during his younger days in Katy, Tex. And even then, it appeared he could keep up with those in the NBA. He’s doing just that.
Overall during his four-year high school career, he averaged 25.4, 3.7 assists and 6.8 rebounds per game across 106 games played. He was on varsity each year.
Of course he was.
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Before the NBA was suspended amid the coronavirus pandemic, Fox was averaging 20.4 points and four total rebounds per game.
It appears Fox still is impressed with how he played back in the day. So are we.