I've discovered new parts of my manhood, places I couldn't get to without loving someone else unconditionally and putting others before myself.
Fatherhood will put a man through a lot, but it's a tremendous job, the best in the world - even better than playing basketball.
The source of my power and strength is God, and I know it, without a shadow of a doubt.
You have to work hard at things.
I am and always will be a leader.
I am not a passenger in anything I do.
I feel like I'm capable of doing so many things to help people around the country and the world.
Nothing means more to me than helping my team win.
My character has always been important to me. That was the one thing that I knew, no matter what, I had to hold that strong.
My parents didn't have the opportunities that my wife and I have now, from a quality of life standpoint.
With my responsibilities comes having to manage my time more efficiently.
I would venture to guess that if I was a construction worker... who requested a transfer to another department for the betterment of his family, I would be commended for it. But because it's sports, there's just so much passion added to it.
I don't feel like basketball is the only way to make a living.
You know, I have a responsibility to my team that if I'm going to be on the floor, then I have to make a difference.
Basketball used to be my top priority.
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