I can't even go down to the park anymore back home in Newark, New Jersey because my homeboys won't let me play. They tell me I'm too big time, too Hollywood, so they won't let me play out there no more.
I like to get physical on defense. I like to get up on a guy as much as possible. I actually need to calm down, though.
I've had mental errors before while not shooting the ball well and while shooting the ball well, and vice versa. So I can't compound one on top of the other. It's just a matter of getting out of the groove of shooting bad and just staying more locked in.
I mostly play my dynasty or against someone in the hotel. I don't really like online games. I can't stand people yelling in my ear over a headset. I'd rather just play someone like Dwight Howard out in Orlando or people back home. For games like that, it's cool, but just signing on and playing random people, I hate it.
I used to, in the summertime, spend so much money doing a lot of fun stuff. Now, I'm actually consciously trying to save so we can live how we want to live after basketball. I've even sold a few things.
I went to Moses Malone's golf tournament in Houston, and I've been hooked ever since.
I'm good friends with Lee Westwood. Bubba, Rickie Fowler. A few of the top hitters.
Coach Lue always amazed me. I'm like, 'How do you have this much joy coming out of life? You have money, but you don't drink; you don't smoke. All you do is hoop, and you live on a natural high.' But now I know.
Building stuff. Lifting blocks. That's how I got stronger. I never lifted weights. I just did masonry work with my pops.
To play at the Mecca of basketball and the Garden every night, it's probably the greatest decision I've ever made to go to New York.
I'm not upset about my career; I'm just upset about how my name has been portrayed. A lot of guys have played with Bron and had success. There's nothing I can do about it. I've tried to change my image a million times.
I like Public School and En Noir.
That three-foot putt is tough for me right now! I'm not making too many putts.
My parents, my family, that's the biggest inspiration in my life. I've been in a lot of dark spots in my life, and if it wasn't for them, I wouldn't be able to get out of it, but they are who they are. They followed me. They yelled at me. They screamed at me. They loved me.
My iron game. I get into trouble a lot with my driver, so I tend to hit 3-wood off the tee.