"Only the strong survive. This is a man's game. You want something, you have to go out there and take it. That's my mentality. [Defense] is the only way you're going to stay out there on the court. [Rivers] could have easily just let me sit there. That was a way of just saying I'm thankful to be out there. I'm going to keep on working, stay humble, and try to help out. I didn't know all the inbounding plays. But it was still fun."
How do you NOT love this kid?
Here's the Wyc Grousbeck interview from the second quarter of the Nets game. I dig Wyc. He acts like a fan… but not in a bad Mark Cuban way. He'll talk a little trash, he'll be (or sound) honest about things. He just seems about as down to earth as a mega-rich pro sport team owner can be.
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