A number of them brought up the importance of Tatum extending his game out behind the arc. 3: Again, he's the most polished player in the draft, but I wonder how integrable and valuable a killer mid-range, isolation operator is in today's league.
And that's what Tatum is until he proves his three-point shot is dependable in the pros."He still looked capable from deep at Duke. It's also worth noting he often played power forward and operated near the high posts and short corners.
“I didn’t know what the ESPYs were,” Ayesha laughs, claiming she wasn’t into sports before meeting Steph.
“My parents found this paper from my high school theater class where you had to write down what you wanted in a significant other,” she recalls.
C., but it wasn’t love at first sight for the basketball star and the budding culinary guru.
Nobody from the class had been under scouts' watch longer than Tatum, who was first selected to USA basketball back in 2013.
He's had their attention since he was 14, standing out with distinguishable NBA tools and skills through three gold medals, every All-American showcase event and one season at Duke.
“We were just kids,” Ayesha tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue, on newsstands Friday.
“He was the cute boy at church that all of the girls were obsessed with, so I made a generalization that maybe he wasn’t for me.” “I don’t remember the exact first day I saw her,” Steph adds, joking, “There was no wind blowing in her face with a backlight.” Years later, when she was acting and modeling in Los Angeles and he was playing college basketball for Davidson, the pair reconnected when he was in town for the ESPYs.