UCLA wing Josh Shipp is in markedly better shape as the Bruins ready for the season, down 13 pounds from last season to 210.
How did he do it?
“Work out and eat right,” he said.
It also helped Shipp was finally able to work out. Many of his past offseasons were spent either recovering from surgery, or trying to avoid surgery.
“I was finally healthy and I could do things,” Shipp said. “I didn’t have as much pain. Basically, no pain. It was being able to work out and not worry about anything.”
(Jill Painter will take you through the rest of the day until the Q&A begins Friday morning)