If our minds and hearts are into it, we can be a heck of a team. We can beat anybody.
It doesn't matter who gets what. It's just a matter of doing what it takes to win.
It doesn't matter what you've done, but what you're going to do the next game, and that's what I'm focused on.
I may not be the most physical player, that's not my nature. But I am a competitor and I play as hard as I can.
I won't forget the hood. I won't forget the days of catching a bullet on the way to the mailbox or bricks with death threats that somehow made their way through the window.
When I'm aggressive and physically feel pretty good, I'm hard to stop.
No one could have prepared for me BBQ on pizza. I mean, both are great. But together? It was incredible.
You never know when it is your last game or your last tournament,
I just need to get more aggressive and let my teammates feel all that energy and all that emotion.
All the stats don't mean a thing if we don't get the win. The most important stat is the win. Nothing else really matters if you don't get the win.
I like the fact people consider me unique, one of a kind.
Nobody had faith in me when I got here except my team. That's what carried me through all the transition problems and adjustments and everything.
I want to keep playing at the kind of level where I'll get respect from everybody.
I want to continue to expand my game a little more, build my body and work on staying strong so I can play the way I've been playing, and holding my ground the way I've been holding my ground.
I know that if I perform at a really high level, we're going to have a better chance to win.
I'm doing my job. I'm doing what's expected out of me, and I'm proud of the way I've been able to perform and contribute.
I try to look at what KG does, what Tim Duncan does, what Amare Stoudamire does ... I compare and evaluate myself with them.
I feel like I can compete against any physical player.
When it comes to playoff time, I pull the energy and the motivation.
The coach has put a lot of trust in me to make good decisions in the post.
The NBA is tough. Everybody plays hard and every game is vital.
I take losses very personal and very serious.
I want to be on the floor. I want to fight for the win.
I don't think there's a lot of discipline right now.
Making the playoffs three consecutive seasons is a great accomplishment.
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