But if I’m being honest, I still didn’t really believe it. Day to day was too intense. You don’t know what might happen. By my junior year, I knew I was one of the best players in the state for sure, and maybe the country, but this was back when stuff was way more word-of-mouth. You didn’t really know like that. I just knew that our games were packed. It was like the whole city shut down. People used to stop selling drugs for two hours just to come see me play.
Such a great read.