Kenny Anderson Shoots and Writes
Wisdom is usually attained through making mistakes in life as a person grows older. Life shows no bias, athlete or not mistakes in life will be made and turning those mistakes into a positive helps define character.
Former NBA All-Star PG Kenny Anderson joined John Canzano on The Bald Faced Truth to talk about his career and the book he's writing.
"My book is like a therapeutic type of thing," Anderson said of his experience writing his book. "Everytime we sit down and we talk about stuff that happened in my past and about how I feel about the NBA, college, high school it's draining sometimes but it also brings up a lot of memories but it also helps me."
"In '97 I felt I was an all-star they snubbed me when I was with the Trail Blazers I remember like it was yesterday," Anderson said when talking about his year in Portland. "My numbers were there my team was like the fourth best team in the Pacific and they chose a great player, Latrell Sprewell but he was on a losing team."
In the interview Kenny Anderson talks with John Canzano about how he could help an NBA team and mentor young players as they enter the league.
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