You still on the joint select committee business?
I wouldn't sit here and say I'm a betting man and I would bet that I'd get around 'J' every time. But I had him off-balance a little bit and it worked out well.
A lot of people always knock me not being able to pull my team together and lead my team to big wins. I kind of take offense to that. Cream always rises to the top.
(Luca) wasn't that sharp, especially after he got the wind knocked out of him. We were able to get into their bullpen, which is really important in the third (game of the series).
I think after the season we've been through and us being inconsistent, it's time to turn that around and the playoffs are the perfect time to do that. We haven't played well on the road. Game 1 we played well enough to win. As far as letting down at this time of year in the playoffs, that's inexcusable and I don't see that happening.
We didn't give ourselves a chance with those turnovers. Instead of being patient, I got myself into trouble. I got too deep trying to make plays that weren't there.
You see the trash on the road every day, things like McDonald's bags, ... It's because of ignorance, people, near-sightedness and ignorance. It's a serious problem. It's going to cost money to solve, and it's going to cost more the longer we wait.
Which in far as they are concerned is a brand new concept. There is no concept about woman minding man, this is something new for us in Jamaica. What we are asking for is a greater participation of the citizens through civil society and individually to have their inputs made.
Guys couldn't make shots and we weren't able to get into a flow. We let this one get away and it's very disappointing with two tough road games coming up.
We're kind of in a funk right now for whatever reason. We're just not jelling and our chemistry is not there.
After losing this one, we're a little down, definitely disappointed. At the same time, the games keep coming. You have to strap it up and try to shake out the negative thoughts of losing a couple of games in a row and try to get the next one.
We've been playing at a great tempo. It's always fun when you're scoring points. Winning ballgames and scoring a lot of points makes it fun.
I didn't want to change my commitment. ... Once I told them I only wanted to go to (MSU), that was it.
Being shorthanded, we still have to come out and play but we let it get away from us. Being down 17, we dug ourselves too deep of a hole.
I talk to David all the time. I've been in every seat on the bench. I just told him it's a long season and he's going to get his opportunity to play. It seems like with the Pacers, we always seem to have a lot of injuries. Guys are going to get an opportunity, and when it comes, you have to take advantage of it.
We're going to see a lot of activity from Office Depot; Bed, Bath & Beyond; and a couple of others that are a little tentative right now.
It's out of our individual control. There's no need to worry about what you can't control, although it is human nature.
And when I stop at the store at night, here I am a pastor and a community leader, people look at me like I might be a threat.
We're learning to take something good out of everything bad. After the Highland loss we realized that we have to play a full 32 (minutes).
It feels good to have that monkey off our back. It's a joyous locker room.