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All the days that you wake up you have one job and that's to get better, every single day.
I wanna be great. I'm going to be great. There's no doubt about it.
Hard work isn't enough. You got to believe
As long as I have my faith in God, I'm good. I know everything else is going to come.
I can't wait to shock the doubters and prove I'm better and stronger than I was before.
You've got one job, and that is to get better.
Whatever your goal is: dedicate yourself to it and it's going to be a lot of sacrifice, but if you love what you want to do, it shouldn't be a problem.
I still have goals. Seeing those doubters out there, it's gonna be funny seeing them eat their words.
My thing is just staying positive. Find that thing you love doing and dedicate yourself to it. You're going to have to sacrifice a lot of things if you want to achieve the goals you want to achieve.
I will say, just being here, God is good, man.
We got to win. Win no matter what. Trip, kick somebody, fight, bite. Whatever. Win.
If i'm not trying my best, I might as well retire.
I try my hardest to do what I have to do to make my team win.
Why can't I be MVP of the league? Why can't I be the best player in the league?
I have a lot of confidence in my shot and I'm willing to shoot it no matter what.
I think good things come to good people.
I think a lot of people don't understand that when I sit out it's not because of this year. I'm thinking about long term. I'm thinking about after I'm done with basketball.
I couldn't worry about anyone else but myself and my health.
I wont ever put myself in a bad position so that people can say bad things about me. I make smart decisions, and my friends and my family, they are all there for the right reason.
Everybody's got their poison, and mine is sugar.
I've been playing youth basketball ever since I was in sixth grade; I've been traveling ever since I was in sixth grade, so I'm used to it.
When I was younger, I just thought about playing in the NBA.
I just don't want to get caught up in the hype.
My son is everything to me. He's the reason why I get up and I work out the way I work out and train the way that I train. He changed everything about me, so he was a blessing.
I think I work hard. I think I dedicate myself to the game and sacrifice a lot of things at a young age, and I know if I continue to do good, what I can get out of it.
To have a strong community of people who believe in your potential can make all the difference in the world. So many people have invested in me and I want to do the same for Chicago’s teens.
I live a great life. I can't complain. I'm healthy, my family's good and there's nothing I can really complain about.
All I got to do is keep getting the most out of each one of my days and keep trying to be the best athlete I can become.
Right now my biggest thing is to improve my all-around game... If you don't win, something's wrong. Winning takes care of everything, so our biggest thing is winning.
I don't want to be in my meetings all sore or be at my son's graduation all sore just because of something I did in the past. (I'm) just learning and being smart.
McDonald's is over with. But chips and candy and stuff, it's going to be hard to get away from that.
I explained to my teammates I didn't want any distractions to the team.
I never had a problem with a coach in my life, no matter what team I've been in on.
All I can do is just go in there and tighten up my game, tighten up my handles. Just all the little basic things that you wouldn't even think about, the fundamental parts of the game.