Your teammates give you the confidence. They give me the confidence all year, all postseason.
I was diagnosed with asthma when I was 18 during my freshman year at UCLA. I refused to accept it - and I hid it from my coaches and teammates. But ignoring my problem didn't make it go away.
If I miss anything about the sport, it's the camaraderie of old teammates.
When I did get captured, the only thing I held onto was the fact that my teammates were going to come get me. Period.
I've seen teammates who wanted to choke each other.
I bring a lot to a team. I bring immediate impact. As far as my skillset, I can attack defenders in multiple ways and get my teammates involved.
I like to dribble and give the decisive pass to my teammates.
I have great memories of my years in Edmonton and the players who were my teammates.
I'm really looking to facilitate, find my teammates.
So I've been fortunate to have a bunch of teammates - pretty much all the teammates I've had have been pretty good guys.
My teammates and my coaches have all allowed me to step into my individuality and not be defined by just being a gymnast.
I'm thrilled that I was able to share my first Olympic Games experience with my U.S. teammates.
I couldn't ask for better teammates, and the Pirate fans are the greatest in baseball.
I could probably stand up and have a press conference and thank 100 guys within that Denver organization, along with all those teammates I played with.
I never want to play timid or scared of anything, especially when my pitcher or my teammates are out there going 100 percent.
I don't want to put off negative vibes to my teammates. That's kind of my leadership mentality.