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There's more to me than just this jersey I wear, and that's Christ living inside of me.
If you don't fall how are you going to know what getting up is like.
Success is not an accident, success is actually a choice.
Each game is an opportunity to be on a great stage and be a witness for Christ. When I step on the floor, people should know who I represent, who I believe in.
Success is born out of faith, an undying passion, and a relentless drive.
What I tell people is be the best version of yourself in anything that you do. You don't have to live anybody else's story.
Basketball isn't just a sport. It is an art, one that must be mastered to succeed.
I'm not the guy who's afraid of failure. I like to take risks, take the big shot and all that.
Success comes after you conquer your biggest obstacles and hurdles.
Every time I rise up, I have confidence that I'm going to make it.
I love that basketball gives me the opportunities to do good things for people and to point them towards the Man who died for our sins on the cross.
On the court, I'm not afraid of anything. I try to have confidence and have a belief in myself.
I prepare to the point where instinct take over.
The best shooters shoot the exact same way every single time they look at the basket.
I know I have a place in Heaven waiting for me because of Him, and that's something no earthly prize or trophy could ever top.
I've never been afraid of big moments. I get butterflies.. I get nervous and anxious, but I think those are all good signs that I'm ready for the moment.
You don't have to live anybody else's story.
Every step of the way I think you learn something that makes you a better player, and all those lessons really come out when it matters the most in a championship.
There's more to life than basketball. The most important thing is your family and taking care of each other and loving each other no matter what.
I'd rather be a non-All-Star playing in the Western Conference finals than an All-Star who's sitting at home in May.
He credited his teammates, who he thanked in turn, with challenging him every day and driving him forward and making him a better player.
Think very carefully about what you want in life. Reckon with the risks.
In a game, there are so many different variables that are thrown at you - the defense, where your teammates are, how fast your body's moving, and you have to be in control of all those decisions.
I can't say enough, how important my faith is to how I play the game and who I am.
What goes through my head when I'm going to take a game-winning shot is ... I better make it. Don't be afraid of the moment.
We overload in our workouts so that the game slows down in real life. It helps you become a smarter basketball player.
I can get better. I haven't reached my ceiling yet on how well I can shoot the basketball.
The more years I go, the more experience I have, the more that nutrition and eating the right foods is important for recovery and things like that.
No better blessing than the responsibility of fatherhood.
The funny part is I feel like somebody is stalking me, like, at my local course and sizing up my game.
I'm not a daily coffee guy at all, or energy drinks or anything like that.
Yesterday was the first time I saw Kevin Durant in a Warrior T-shirt. I like did a double-take; it was the weirdest thing ever, because it's still kind of fresh.
All 14 guys on the team have sacrificed something to get to this point.
In my terms, "neurocognitive efficiency" is being able to make smarter, faster decisions on the floor.
I try to use every game as an opportunity to witness. I try to do a little signal every time I make a shot as a way to preach the message in little ways that I can.
Obviously he deserved that Finals MVP award. He is a great talent and he is a huge reason why we are celebrating.
Being a father kind of gives you something more to play for.
We want to get another one.
I'm a golf junkie, but I'm a sports fan. I'll watch pretty much everything that's on.
My wife would probably say I'm the messiest person in the history of husbands.
Golf's for everybody.
Being a superstar means you've reached your potential, and I don't think I've reached my potential as a basketball player and as a leader yet.
Have a day off, which is very rare in our line of work, but that's something we like to do. Like I said, it's a nice way to take your mind off the game and just go out and relax and have fun.
If I make a double bogey, the fans on whatever hole better watch out; I might throw it. I might throw it at them.
I really cherish everything that basketball brings; and I think, for me, it's been a great ride and I'm not done yet.
I'm pretty confident, let's just say that, in my game right now, for what it is. So if that means a win, then I'll be real happy.
This was an unbelievable experience.
Obviously, everybody wants to see Tiger [Woods] come back, but I think it's in a really good place with how much talent is out there and the exciting finishes you have, week in, week out.
I've played with Mardy Fish a lot. Played with him, I think, two years ago in one of the weekend rounds.
If you're not prepared to give some truly independent thought to what this world is all about, then what is the point of being alive?