Mike Rosario has been waiting for his chance. It won't count officially in his career statistics,…
Rosario continues to earn trust
"I love dealing with him," Billy Donovan said. "It's complete confrontation and chaotic. It's great with him." The confrontation happened more frequently last season the practice court. It was rare that Mike Rosario would be corrected on the practice court and not have a comeback for what happened. There was always an excuse. There was a reason why his way was actually correct. Until Donovan informed Rosario that he was, still, wrong. He didn't take coaching well. He handled criticism even worse. It took one year as a player at Florida and one year while sitting out because of his transfer for Rosario to learn. "A year ago, when you corrected him, he had all the answers and solutions to what was going o. Everything – the world, politics, what was going on — he had all the solutions," Donovan said. "Now, he's listening. He's coachable. He's in a good place right now. I'm proud of him. "He finally knows that ‘you're not getting your way.' That, last year, sent him into a tailspin...
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