Despite a broken wrist that will keep him out for at least a few more weeks, Delonte West seems in good spirits.
“You know what, I wanted to be frustrated,” he said. “I wanted to be sad for myself. I just couldn’t. I looked up at
Rather than become frustrated by his tough luck, West remains focused on today.
“Every day is a championship to me,” he said. “I’m going to try to get the best possible outcome out of each situation, and at the end of the day, I’ve won. I’ve won a championship. Each day you’re building for the main goal — that’s there, the championship is in my mind. But I’m not looking that far. I’m looking at today. How can I get better for tomorrow? Tommorrow, get better for the next day. So when the championship comes, I’m going to be well-prepared.”
West suggests you should never underestimate his heart.
“Just when you think I’m done, and you’re going to get a ten-count on me,” West said, “I’m standing up for the eight count. You can’t never count me out.”