“Coaching Ron Artest is one of the best things ever because he doesn’t come off as a pro ball player. He listens and he’s coachable. He comes off as a regular ball player. He’s not one of the pros that comes out and has that swagger that they can’t get hit."
"Ron Artest comes out and puts it on the line all summer, and that’s what helped me be where I am right now."
“He wasn’t the type of person that wanted to dominate and demand the ball - he wanted to play team basketball. He would step back and watch people shine. He’s one of the best pro ball players to coach in New York City basketball.”