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It’s hard to compete with everything that Brooklyn has to offer as a city.
My grandparents owned an apple orchard when I was growing up – a lot of apples, cherries… now, actually, a lot of grapes, too, to be honest.
To actually play a game, where you are in the World Cup, there is significance to it, the point differential matters, all these things kind of add up.
We’re all going to have ups and downs throughout the course of the season.
I play around 220.
I feel like I play with good poise and I know when to take my shot – and when I do, I have a lot of confidence.
I don’t really get recognized a whole lot. I blend in pretty well.
Every step of way, going from a small town to Charlottesville and playing in the ACC – that whole experience is a difficult adjustment. In all of that, you really grow as a person and as a basketball player.
The conditioning aspect of things is really important, obviously in basketball, and then specifically for players like me.
When you look across the board at the count of NBA quality players that are on various international teams in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia, there are good players all over the world now. It’s just not in the NBA where America has the most talent.
I just love basketball.
You’ve got to be able to guard hard and then work yourself offensively to get shots.
You don’t really coach high school basketball because it’s a good paycheck. You do it because you love it, care about the kids and you’re just passionate about the game.
I’ve grown up with the same people my whole life. I’ve had the same classmates from elementary all the way through graduating.
I think at the end of the day, regardless of who you’re playing against, there’s talent on every single team in the NBA.
If I ever got into trouble with my sisters or was slacking off, it was always my punishment that I couldn’t go to a practice or a game. That was the worst thing in the world.
I think I’ve gotten more comfortable and more confident on the defensive end. I’ve just been able to anticipate things a little bit better instead of reacting to how guys play offensively.
You get a lot of accommodations for being on scholarship, but there is too much money floating around in the NCAA to not be giving it to the people earning it.
The decision of where I wanted to go to school was very important to me.
Everybody has a different path to making it in this league. I was fortunate to get an opportunity here in Brooklyn.
I know what my game is and what I do well and I’m just going to keep trying to I,prove and make sure I’m consistent as possible in those areas.
Yeah, I think any time you’re comfortable playing within a system you’re going to play more aggressive. You’re going to play with more confidence.
Preparation is such a big thing and you should never take that for granted.
There aren’t a lot of second chances for second-round picks.
Obviously playing on a team like the Cavs in 2014, they were championship contenders, not allowing a ton of young guys to come in and play through mistakes. If you weren’t helping the team have success you weren’t really afforded a lot of different opportunities.
They have great restaurants, good nightlife. Everything is here in Brooklyn that you can possibly want.
I played football growing up so I used to lift quite a bit when I was in high school. And then I got to Virginia I was lucky, good strength and conditioning program and coach there.
You can play basketball – if you’re lucky – for about 10 years. So, you’re going to have to have something to fall back on.
I’ve been No. 12 my entire career. My cousin Nikki Haerling was a good basketball player, she wore No. 12 in high school and college, and my dad, he was No. 12 as well. I actually just started wearing it when I got to high school my freshman year.
I’ve kind of given up trying to evaluate college guys, especially guys from Virginia, just because of my bias.