Quotes by Cameroonian authors
I always thought I could do everything that a guard could do.
I gotta continue within the offence and just understand it, pick and choose when to attack and things like that.
Having fun with family, playing video games, and listening to music calms me down and gets me away from the NBA world.
Speed is something that, in the heavyweight division, we don't have a lot of.
You can go from starting to not playing at all. That's the league.
I'm really not an injury-prone player. I just had that one injury that took, like, two years.
Cologne, you know, you gotta make sure you smell good all the time.
When I miss a few shots I just stay confident.
I feel like I have a lot of potential, a lot of stuff to show.
Slowly but surely, we are acquiring that famous culture of democracy, which is our objective.
My dad is a part of who I am, and he was a very hard working person and someone who worked to achieve his goals and make sure his family is straight and I always admired that. My mom worked so hard. I had two hard-working parents around me.
LaMarcus Aldridge, his midrange game, his turnaround jumper is awesome.
When my dad passed away, the NBA became a major priority for me. It became bigger than just loving basketball; I suddenly had extra motivation. I was willing to do absolutely anything I had to do to get to the NBA.
I want to be that type of guy - I want to be Kobe Bryant. I want to be Tim Duncan. I want to be Dirk Nowitzki - stay with one team my whole career.
People easily quit their dream because it's not easy.
I trust the NBA, I trust the league and Adam Silver and the job he's been able to do.
The fact that I can come in and give energy to the team, no matter my skill level, I have that. That's an NBA ready skill.
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