I love watching track and field - the 4x100 relay, the 100-(meter) dash, the 200-(meter) dash. To see what they're able to do, I love watching that.
My father wasn't around when I was a kid, and I used to always say, 'Why me? Why don't I have a father? Why isn't he around? Why did he leave my mother?' But as I got older I looked deeper and thought, 'I don't know what my father was going through, but if he was around all the time, would I be who I am today?'
Being the only man in the household with my mom definitely helped me grow up fast.
I laugh and joke, but I don't get distracted very easily.
You know, my family and friends have never been yes-men: 'Yes, you're doing the right thing, you're always right.' No, they tell me when I'm wrong, and that's why I've been able to stay who I am and stay humble.
Where I grew up - I grew up on the north side of Akron, lived in the projects. So those scared and lonely nights - that's every night. You hear a lot of police sirens, you hear a lot of gunfire. Things that you don't want your kids to hear growing up.
I love showcasing my talents - not only to my hometown fans and my own team but to the world.
In fourth grade, I missed 82 days of school. Out of 160.
Sometimes in the past when I played something might make me lose focus, or I would go home after a game where I thought I could have played better and I would let it hang over my head for a long time when it shouldn't.
But now, being a parent, I go home and see my son and I forget about any mistake I ever made or the reason I'm upset. I get home and my son is smiling or he comes running to me. It has just made me grow as an individual and grow as a man.
If a great opportunity opens itself up, I would love to be involved... or star in a movie.
I mean, when you grow up in the inner city and you grow up in a single-parent household, that's - those are humbling times, you know?
It's always a struggle growing up in Akron.
I don't want to be called a point guard, but I can't stop it.
I need music. It's like my heartbeat, so to speak. It keeps me going no matter what's going on - bad games, press, whatever!
Once you get on the playing field it's not about whether you're liked or not liked. All that matters is to play at a high level and do whatever it takes to help your team win. That's what it's about.
Akron, Ohio, is my home. I will always be here. I'm still working out at my old high school.
I hear my friends and my mom tell me I'm special, but honestly, I still don't get it.
And winning is a huge thing for me.
I make impact plays. I make game-changing plays.