I've had the same barber since I was about 14 years old.
I was afraid I would see someone from my past who thought I was this big athlete, and then I end up being just normal.
My first year of college was tough. I thought that just being an athlete I could get by. I thought I was okay until I got kicked out, which happened twice.
I just want to continue the success and be an athlete that is shown in a good light in New York City.
I don't want to be on 'Dancing With the Stars' anytime soon.
I couldn't care less about what anybody else has to say.
I knew what type of player I was: a free agent, a small kid who came from a small school.
My mom was dying for me to write a book, she was my biggest advocate.
There's only one life. There's no repeats. You only get one life, and you gotta take advantage of it.