Team Win Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Team Win Quotes from famous persons: Kristaps Porzingis, Derek Fisher, Christian Yelich, Christian Laettner, Eric Weddle. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Team Win Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

When I'm playing in a close game, I'm out on the floor

When I’m playing in a close game, I’m out on the floor only trying to help the team win.
Nothing means more to me than helping my team win.
Derek Fisher
I think the biggest thing is just focusing on the day-to-day, your routine, not getting caught up in the future or the past and just being right there and focusing on what you have to do that day or that night to help your team win.
I pursued to have my team win as much as we could, and it doesn’t happen without great teammates.
I want to help my team win, and this is a winning organization, so there’s no added pressure.
Any day of the week you’d rather your team win rather than have personal achievements.
I don’t think I was a good enough coach to help an NBA team win a game when I first got to that league.
The only pressure I feel is how I can contribute to help my team win the match. Of course, there is always the pressure to score, but then doesn’t it eventually help your team win? Frankly, I don’t let these things affect me.
I have read that I was a Bill Bradley type. I wish I was a Bradley. He was one of the best. He helped his team win two championships, and that’s the ultimate.
I’ve come to a point in my career where it doesn’t matter if I dribble or nutmeg someone. The only thing that matters is whether I was decisive, did I put the ball in the back of the net today, and did it help the team win.
I try to do my best every game to help the pitchers and help my team win. That’s it.
I’ve played on the wing in some games and found myself in the middle for five or 10 minutes when others drift wide. It’s about creating chances, scoring goals and helping the team win.
Wherever I am I just try to be there for my teammates on the floor and put forth effort and help our team win.
Whatever I have to do to help my team win. I don’t care how many carries it is. As long as it’s successful and we’ve got the ball, I’m all for it.
Just trying to do anything I can to help the team win and that’s it.
When I look at a season, and it’s all said and done, and the thing I look for is, first off, did my team win?
The reason you play the game is to help the team win.
The only thing I can do is move forward and try to put myself in the best position to help this team win, and whatever decisions they make, I will just have to deal with it.
When you’re able to play well and help your team win, there’s nothing like it.
I’m doing whatever I have to do to help my team win. So, instead of being focused on anything from the outside, I’m focused on winning and that next game.
Elena Delle Donne
I look at it this way. I’m not putting age limits on what I can do. As long as I can do the job to help the team win and feel like I’m playing at a high level, which I feel I can do for a long while, I’m going to play no matter what my age is.
To be able to pitch in the postseason is great, and to be able to go out there and throw the ball well and help your team win is a great feeling.
Matt Cain
You don’t try to make the Pro Bowl every year, you just try to do things to help your team win.
Anytime I get the opportunity to get the ball, I just want to make good plays and help my team win the game and just create big plays.
I help my team win. That’s overall what I do best. If you watch me play, I’m usually going to be on the winning team. Whether it’s scoring enough points or rebounding enough or guarding the best player on the other team, I’m gonna do what it takes to win.
That’s what we’re here for as quarterbacks is to help our team win, lead the offense down the field and put points on the board.
I just try to help my team win the best I can.
I believe, certainly in the NHL, a player who can help a team win because he can contribute on the ice is going to be coveted whatever his beliefs may be or whoever he may be. That goes to national origin, religious beliefs, or sexuality.
You want to help the team win and contribute any way possible.
Let the doubters talk as much as they want. I know my game, and I know I’m helping my team win games. That’s all that matters.
I think I can come in the game, bring a lot of energy on both sides of the ball. Just try to play my part and do anything to help the team win.
My job is to help the team win games to the best of my ability.
I’m about helping my team win.
As an NBA player you want to help your team win at any cost, that’s my main goal.
My only goal is to play 162 games and help this team win. If I can do that, everything will take care of itself.
When you compete you feel as though you can help the team. Win or lose you can have a hand in what happens.
All I care about is winning. So when I can’t make the play, the reason I’m upset is I’m not helping the team win.
Of course it would be nice for everybody and myself if we could win but we can still have a personal or a team win if we achieve a target that is effectively a win for us.
I’ve worn a lot of different roles for this team – off the bench, starting, closer, point, off the ball, whatever it may be. So, that’s kind of how I view myself – the multi-purpose utility guy who helps keep the guys together, trying to make the sacrifice plays to help the team win.
I just wanted to do what I’m supposed to do and try to help my team win.
I know who I am as a player, I just want to help a team win.
The more you see, the more you know, the more you feel like you can help others and the more you feel like you can help the team win.
My main focus is, ‘What can I do today to help the team win the ballgame?’ You have those blinders on. It helps you focus.
Strengths, I believe deep down that I am a football player, just have to do whatever it takes to win games, whatever it takes to fulfill my role on the offense and help my team win games.
Obviously, you’re being evaluated every single week, and you want to perform every single week. It’s just going out there and doing everything possible to help the team win.
I need to do whatever I can to help my team win.
When you bring a winner onto your team, he knows how to win, he’s going to help your team win, and that’s the goal at the end of the day.
I have some goals I’m looking to achieve, and one thing is to help the team win and move back up the ladder. This is vitally important to the team overall and to the supporters of West Indies cricket.
I don’t care if I get no carries and just play special teams. I’m there to try to win football games and help that team win.
I feel my overall skill set, my ability to make players around me better, and my ability to help my team win is unique.
To me, football is so much about mental toughness, it’s digging deep, it’s doing whatever you need to do to help a team win and that comes in a lot of shapes and forms.
I’m just going out there and doing exactly what I’m coached and doing exactly what I’m supposed to do and just trying to help this team win.
I don’t play for the attention; I work on my skills every day so I can go out and play my role to the fullest to help the team win. That’s my No. 1 goal when I step on the court.
I’m going to try and do my job and try to make as many plays as I can and help my team win.
I just try to find ways to help my team win.
I will play as long as I can help a team win.
I really don’t care about stats. I don’t care about any of that stuff. I just care about performing each and every weekend and helping my team win ball games.
I want to do whatever will make my team win.
You always have to know that you are going to leave everything on the pitch, every drop of sweat, to help the team win the game.
Mental health, for me, is doing everything I can to help this team win. Sitting around not doing anything isn’t something I’ve been too big on since I was young.