I think we pulled together as a team.
La Salle gave a great effort. But, obviously we gave a very marginal effort. We definitely can play better.
The main thing was to get the win.
It's a great honor, but it's not about individual accomplishments. It's about team goals. I've got great teammates. They make things a lot easier.
I love being home again. WVU (West Virginia) and Marshall definitely are in the running (for college). When it's time, I'll sit down and make sure I make the right decision.
For me, this second trip to state was about pride, so it was a little harder. Everyone expects us to be there.
It could be a great thing to happen. At the same time, we have to see where he ends up, what the school's fan base is like, see what the fans think about him and make sure everything is great.
My game is more efficient now on the offensive end. I've got a different focus now . . . to play better every time I walk on the court and to play hard for 32 minutes.
We'd like to wait and see how everything goes. There's a couple of coaching changes going on. We want to see how recruiting goes before making a decision.
It's been a pretty up-and-down week, but I've got a great family, coaches and friends who helped pull me through it. I apologized to my teammates for missing the game. ... We have a lot of people who don't want to see us succeed, and we overcame a lot to win our second straight state championship.
It's not about me. If I score no points and we win, I'm happy.
I'd like to wrap it up with three in a row and be national champions next year.
We're in the process of elimination.