A friend told me about a Nike competition, where they give you one minute to do tricks with a basketball. I wasn't going to go, but they were giving away free sneakers. I ended up coming in second place.
I like new challenges and new experiences.
On the streets, hanging out with the fellows, there are things you learn that no book can teach you.
Basketball paid for four years of my education, and I am so proud of that.
I don't really know much about cars.
I grew up on Avenue C, and Tompkins Square Park was my park. That was where I played ball every day. I lived in that park.
I love 'I Love Lucy,' and I have the DVD set of 'I Love Lucy.'
I wasn't really excited about doing television, to be quite honest.
My first celebrity crush... I had a huge crush on 'Cheetara' from 'ThunderCats.'
The camera never lies, man. I've learned that. If you allow it, it will see right through you, which is kind of cool.
To be honest, a lot of ride-alongs are not that great. There might be one or two calls on the radio - not a lot - depending on what time you go.
Westerns are cool, man. I'm big on Westerns. I just love the grittiness.
You don't make it anywhere without someone helping you out.
Growing up in New York City, my car culture is minimal. I rode on the train, the bus. I walked; I rode my bike, and when I was younger, I rode my skateboard.
I interned for the Knicks for one year doing community relations, but I absolutely hated it. It was a desk job, and the team was not good at all, and I didn't realize how much that correlated to the office. It was just gray, gloomy days.
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