Q AWhat do you hope your legacy in Australian basketball will be?
At the end of the day, I would want people to see me as a hard worker who got every bit out of their body talent wise. And someone that never backed down. The opposition fans always hated me, which was all good with me, but if I played for their team, they always appreciated what I did on a nightly basis. I guess my greatest moment was always pulling on the green and gold and being able to be a steady contributor for almost a decade for the Australian Boomers.
NBL championship and two Olympic Games or maybe something else, what is the highlight of your career?
AProbably the gold medal at 2006 Commonwealth Games simply for the fact it was in Melbourne. I got to play in front of 10,000 people with a gold medal on the line and having a decent game myself. The memories of running around the court at the end and having all those people celebrate with you, is something that will stick in my mind for the rest of my life.