At some point we all have to move on. Im here to create some kind of legacy in Brooklyn.
Once people start making comparisons to a player of the past, they want you to be that player. I try to go out there and create my own image, my own style, my own type of game. Right now I can't even think of one guy I've been compared to.
I don't think Kobe is the best player. I'm the best player.
I've never been on the cover of a game. When people go into the store and see me on the cover of a game, maybe that will entice them to buy it.
There's times you want to give up and times you want to move on ... you get so much satisfaction out of staying and sticking with it, and seeing things turn around.
It's all a learning process. You've got to learn from experience, the battles you go through. Some guys continue to grow. Hopefully, that's what I'll continue do.
Making the big shot wouldn't feel so good if missing it didn't feel so awful
A lot of guys look toward me for leadership. I feel like I can provide some of that.
I probably visualize myself, the shots I'm going to get in the game, how I'm going to play defense, what we have to do to stop the other team's best player, what it's going to take out of me, the whole aspect of the game.
I look for challenges to keep me going.
The game isn't over till the clock says zero.
When you give a team life, give a team confidence, anything can happen in a Game 7.
Playoff basketball ... you've got to treat every possession like it's your last.
When you got it going, you got it going. I just keep my focus down the stretch. Thats when I want the ball. Im just not afraid to fail.
I've always been a late bloomer. My body developed late. From ninth to 10th grade, I grew like 3 inches. Just kind of stretched out. I was like 6-1, grew to 6-4 in 10th grade.
I've never even been into those supplements or any of that. I don't even drink energy shakes. I'm not into that kind of stuff. You just get me an In-N-Out burger and some Popeye's fried chicken and I'm straight.
At the end of the day, the ultimate goal is winning the ballgame.
Who cares who gets the last shot or scores the most points? Who cares who gets the credit? If we win, we're all winners.
You know coaches. Sometimes they ramble.
A lot of players know I've been around 13 years and this is my second lockout. I got a lot of respect. I know what's going on both for the league and the union.
Mostly I play sports games - football and basketball. 'Inside Drive' and 'NFL Fever.'
Life changes when you have a child, when you have your own family. You become more careful about what you do. You're not going to be out late, going out to clubs, hanging out with your friends. You're going to be at home, taking care of your daughter, playing with her.
I'm the best player in the NBA.
At the beginning of the season, I set my goal to see if I can lead the league in scoring, because I feel I have that kind of ability. A lot of guys say it, but it's not really in their grasp. I feel that's really in my grasp.
There's a line that separates having confidence and being conceited. I don't cross that line, but I have a lot of confidence in myself.
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