Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Josh Hart has been working on his shooting, defensive quickness and has placed a big emphasis on his dribbling this offseason. He wants to "dominate" in summer league action next month. "I was a solid defender this year but next year being able to guard smaller, quicker guys, those types of things are the main emphasis for me this summer," said Hart, who co-hosted 200 youth from local nonprofits to watch a screening of "Uncle Drew" along with LA Chargers defensive end Isaac Rochell. "… I want to dominate [at summer league but] that doesn't mean I have to go out there and score 30 points every time. I can go out there and have 15 points, 10 rebounds and five or six assists and some steals. It is not just about scoring but going out there and showing the team and front office that I am improving and capable of taking the next step."