To give back to the university like that is unbelievable.
They were the hardest team I've had to prepare for in 20 years of coaching. A lot of it is the Princeton system, but a lot of it is (Mooney's) coaching. They had a counter for every (defensive) thing we tried to do against that offense.
They have the utmost respect for him. And the reason they have the utmost respect for him is they see what he has to go through every day, every hour.
This truly is a great day. A great day for Adam, a great day for our basketball program and me personally.
I've always had great respect for the job they've done there. They remind me a lot of what we've done here.
Fundamentally, we don't trust that the right thing is going to happen, for the right reasons. And that's a huge problem.
I think the lockout hurt a lot, but I think if we get back and give everyone an appealing product, where rules are called, and let the game's talented players play and show off their skills -- I think we'll attract more fans than maybe we did before the lockout.
(May 29, 1977 - )
Life is 10% of what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.