Golden State Warriors PG Acie Law Keeps His Body Tight

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"When I first got traded here two summers ago, I hadn't been working out," Law said. "They gave me a lot of grief about being overweight, so that's one thing I've made a point of ever since -- eating right and keeping my weight down. I'm at 192 pounds now, and when I first got traded here I was like 209."

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As "The Situation" of MTV's Jersey Shore once said (I am paraphrasing here), "lean is the new thing." Apparently Acie Law got the memo as he's quickly become the flavor of the moment, his productivity as evidence of his new dedication to keeping his body "right and tight." Law has fond memories of his short stint in the bay area and sounds like he is an emotional dude:

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"I really was hurt when I got traded. I remember when I was at the airport ... I wanted to cry, because Nellie (former coach Don Nelson) had finally started trusting me and I'd worked my way into his rotation."

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Cheers Acie Law, glad you are making the most of your opportunities. Can you give Warriors fans any tips to keep our body lean?

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