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I remember throughout middle school and high school how excited my mom, sister and I would be when a UNC game was on TV. It was required viewing.
As we know, one of the dark sides of social media is online harassment.
At the end of the day, you have to win games.
I’ve grown in maturity because I understood from an intellectual standpoint how serious Covid-19 is and all the effects it was having on our society.
At the end of the day, you’re a person before you are a basketball player.
I think if anybody has an opportunity to play professional basketball, to not transcend that into off-the-court endeavors is really a waste.
I love the Bay Area.
I was just a kid from Ames.
I’ve improved my ballhandling.
For as long as I could remember, I’ve wanted to play basketball at the University of North Carolina. Funny thing is, there was a long period of time when I wasn’t sure how much they wanted me.
My sister-in-law actually lives in Johannesburg with her husband.
Basketball is such a good platform to be able to have a real impact on kids. We don’t have all the answers, but we can tell kids the importance of asking questions and working hard. Maybe they go to their teacher and ask questions because their favorite player told them it was a good thing to do.
The relationship between police and African-Americans has probably always been strained.
History is so deep, especially black history, so I have a lot to learn.
You know, seeing the analytics explosion in the NBA. It wasn’t something I was really into in college but in the NBA everything is numbers and how you can be more efficient, so that led to me trying to make my body more efficient, and obviously Fitbit was at the top of the line for that so it made sense.
Interacting with different people who have different stories sparked my curiosity about what makes people not only good at what they do, but also good, period.
Being in the NBA and able to connect with fans through social experiences is great.
Putting on that powder blue uniform was truly a dream come true for me and my family. Because I was so personally connected to UNC basketball, I had a particular understanding of what responsibilities came with the opportunity that was presented to me.
The NBA is a business.
I’m in the gym every single day.
I am drawn to leaders who set out to make positive changes in their communities.
This is the NBA, so there’s basketball and then there’s business.
Ever since I was a kid – growing up in a small town in Iowa, going to Chapel Hill for college and then to the Bay Area – I’ve been interested in how communities come together to solve their differences. And I’ve always been drawn to politics and social change.
Growing up, I used to go to the Fred Hoiberg camp all the time. I used to have so much fun there – just me and my friends going to these camps, having fun playing around.
Since I was the No. 1 recruit I heard a lot of similar stuff like that, LeBron James comparisons. You definitely have to respect what he’s accomplished in this league.
Food accessibility is a health crisis that has always affected underserved communities.
I think winning a championship, for me, it put things in perspective. You can either be a great player on a so-so team, or you can be a role player on a championship team, or, in an extreme case, a great player on a championship team.