I'm definitely active in the community down there in Charleston.
Waffle House is my childhood thing. We used to go there on Sundays or weekends every now and then with my family. It's just good, Southern, home-cooked food, and that's what I love.
I tried one tiny piece of kangaroo, which I never thought I would try, and it was actually pretty good. I probably wouldn't eat it again, but it was still pretty good.
I'm not a guy who makes five or 10 moves. I'm just more of a simple, straight-line driver, just try to be crafty with my dribble and keep it tight.
My parents are still here in Charleston, and I have a lot of family here, so it's great to be back.
I dedicate much of my success to what I learned inside and outside the classroom at Porter-Gaud, and I want to give that same opportunity to other kids in Charleston.