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We’re not above a Game 7. We’re not above competition.
When things that normally work aren’t working, you have to go to something else.
You have to be able to compete, put yourself out there, make yourself vulnerable, to go for something that you want.
If you’re a competitor, this is what you want. You want all of the games to have meaning, context and to be the best competition.
This is a beautiful game.
Zones are easier just to throw out there and you don’t have to really teach it.
Basketball is a beautiful game and it’s afforded all of us in this profession so many things. To give back any time we can is gratifying.
You need guys that have been playoff-tested and have that experience.
This league does teach you that it’s inevitable that there’s constant change, and you always have to continue to embrace change, adapt with change.
I don’t condemn fans for getting excited about possibilities.
You’re all over the place usually with young players. You’re trying to manage their emotions and teach them NBA situations. It usually takes months, even years, to learn and recognize NBA situations and then to develop a level of competitiveness that’s necessary at this level.
The most important thing is there is a foundation and an accountability to a system.
Everybody overestimates what you can do in a day and underestimates what you can do in months of work.
It’s my personality naturally to try to fly under the radar.
You can’t stay who you are… Things change and you have to be able to adapt.
If you’re only focusing on yourself, then you’re not going to help the team.
Simplicity is often one of the greatest strengths.
Painful experiences can be the most powerful teacher.
I just hate this term of ‘essential’ staff, and ‘non-essential’ staff.
It’s amazing how much things can get exaggerated.
I think it’s important to remain true to myself, but ultimately the Miami Heat and what it stands for is part of me. It’s part of my fabric.