I have many friends and family members who have served (or are currently serving) in our nation's Armed Forces. I have such a profound respect for what they do day in and day out.
For me to be here tonight, everything had to be perfect. I had to get drafted by Utah, had to play with a point guard like John Stockton, and had to be coached by Jerry Sloan and Frank Layden.
All records are not made to be broken.
I'll make the right decision, whichever one it is. I have to be 100 percent, not 95 or 99.
You work for whatever you get in life.
Sometimes, you follow your dreams. I say to the young people, 'If you have a dream, chase it.'
Misery loves company. This is a Hollywood soap opera, and I'm not going to be a star in another Bryant soap opera.
At some point in time I will be honored if I would be mentioned as a coach.
I realize that things happen for a reason.
To catch the ball, face up, look at all of my options and then pass. I was playing hot potato. I didn't want to be the guy to stall the triangle.
I have to be working, doing things. That's the way I grew up and the way I was taught.
Marijuana is not tested for, and yet that is the big thing guys are getting in trouble with in the league. It's terrible.
I think we're a deeper team, a better team, we still have work to do... nothing is guaranteed, but hopefully we got the mentality to play on the road, and we're starting to get our home thing back in order now-if we can do that we'll be just fine.
Forget the technique. Hit the guy across from you. Don't let somebody come in your space.
I don't know what my label is. I just think of myself as a plain forward. I like to think I have some finesse to my game, but inside the paint is where men are made. If you can't play there, you should be home with your mama.
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