Jabari Smith Jr. worked out with Kevin Durant in the summer and explained what all he learned.
Jabari Smith Jr. hopes to become the next great wing in the NBA, projecting to be a two-way monster with his defensive skills and jump shooting ability.
Naturally, this led to him working out with Kevin Durant in the summer, a player Smith referred to as a robot in practice.
Jabari has a 6'10" frame with a polished offensive game.
There's a lot more he can still learn and improve upon, which explains why he linked up with Durant in the summer.
Smith also revealed he trained with Kawhi Leonard and Jayson Tatum over the summer,
showing his dedication toward becoming one of the best two-way wings in the NBA.
Smith is averaging 12.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 1.2 assists this season as the Rockets have been one of the biggest surprises early in the NBA season.