LAS VEGAS — There's the Josh Selby who suited up and played 26 games in his freshman season at Kansas. The guy who battled injuries, had to clear eligibility hurdles and, only in flashes, looked like the guy who was the top recruit in the 2010 senior class.
Then there's the Josh Selby you can currently find at the Impact Basketball Academy for eight hours a day, five days a week in the shadow of the Las Vegas Strip. He looks lean, healthy, bouncy and, above all, confident.
He looks now like the guy who many expected to see at Allen Fieldhouse last season.
"It was difficult to deal with, especially when you had that much hype and you didn't live up to it," Selby said during one of his recent marathon workout days at Impact. "It was difficult, but things like that just make you more humble and hungry. It makes you focus more, it motivates you. I didn't prove people wrong in college, so hopefully I'll prove people wrong if I get to the [NBA]."
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