K: It is extremely difficult to play. You really need a combination of different kinds of people. The best one you can have is the people who give their all but you have to trust and have faith that they are going to play hard. I think there is a lack of confidence with the people in the team. People think they can play. Not all of them do.
How would you describe the atmosphere at Voodoo?
K: Everyone is so supportive in this building. We have great people with long resumes. They get paid in order to be here and not be on this team. People are great here.
What do you think is missing from the game in the NBA?
K: That’s a tough question. I don’t think there is a great difference between what the NBA does and what Voodoo does. To try to do something better.
What does a good practice environment look like?
K: An open floor. The coaches are honest about where we are as long as we stay in the flow of the game. We’re playing in a building that is not full, so there is not all that loud noise.
Where is your home?
K: I am in the basement of a hotel.
Do you have any friends or relatives who play?
K: I play with people who play who don’t make the best of their abilities. (laughs)
Is there such a thing as a bad person in basketball?
K: No, not really. Basketball and life is full of good people.
What did you like most about playing Voodoo?
K: Just being able to take care of my teammates. I had the most respect for them. Every night I would try to go play the same way. That’s what I needed.
What’s your favorite memory from Voodoo?
K: Most things you want to forget about Voodoo, but it doesn’t work too well.
Do you want to win a championship?
K: No, it is not possible at this moment in time. I am happy with the progress of both my teams. I hope we can continue to progress together.
Where do you want to win the NBA Championship?
K: The championship is always special. You never ever want to lose because of injuries.
What’s your favorite song by Elvis Presley?
K: He’s my favorite musician