Campazzo: “I always set myself short-term goals”
“I always set myself short-term goals, to reach the long-term goals in the best way”Cordovan told Radio Santa Fe Radio Villa Trinidad.
“I’ve never looked at social networks to an extreme, and I’ve never looked for both the good and the bad to influence me. I’ve never consumed praise as much as criticism. I think this is a very important step. Being in the NBA, the reach is greater. Regardless,” she advised About social networks and whether to focus on the things one can control.”It is to explain.
Campazzo will not continue with the Nuggets after the small work he made last season, although he dreams of it “continue” In the world’s most demanding basketball competition, though all that’s to come “better” him and his family.
“When something frustrates me, I choose to keep going. I allow myself to have a mindset that allows me to think about what I should do next. I had to miss the last few months in the NBA with Denver and I felt a little frustrated, but I didn’t let This frustration lingers or eats my head for a long time.”continued the rule.
“In the same way, I think you should allow yourself to be discouraged, but it is okay for a day or two and it will help us gather strength for what is to come the next day.”Be Honest.
Campazzo trained while on vacation in Cordoba with a technical specialist who worked in the NBA and with former basketball player Luis Scola.
The Argentina national team base idea is to continue in the NBA and the San Antonio Spurs seem like a potential destination, a franchise that Emanuel Ginobili is exploring.