Shawn Bradley
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"Shawn Paul Bradley" is a retired American and German (dual citizen) basketball player who played center (basketball)/center for the Philadelphia 76ers, the New Jersey Nets and the Dallas Mavericks in the National Basketball Association. At tall, Bradley was one of the tallest players in NBA history. Though born in Landstuhl, West Germany, Bradley grew up in Castle Dale, Utah.

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It couldn't have been better. I still love the organization. I'll die a Maverick.

Josh really settled down after that first-round loss Thursday and has had a really strong tournament since. I think he came in a little tight even though he's been here before. He finally relaxed and has wrestled real well.

When he passes the ball back out, the refs aren't really looking at him, at how he's reestablishing his space. For a defender, it's very, very hard to get around anyone at that point--but particularly him.

I'm really proud of the way all our guys wrestled this weekend. The seniors really wrestled well. I'm really happy for the guys that advanced.

You can only talk about a person's potential for so long. After a certain point, you have to recognize that he is all he is ever going to be.

Few teams are filled in all of those categories all of the time, they always have holes they're trying to fill. But if you're missing the majority of the major categories, there's probably some reason for concern. That's a lot of revenue that you're not generating.

Chad had a tough day. It's great that he got that medal, but I know that he really wanted more. It will give him something to work for next year. No matter how you look at it, he's a two-time medal winner down here and that's a heck of an accomplishment.

Driving is something that everybody does. They can identify with it because they are always out there fighting traffic.

One thing that's hard for Shaq to deal with--and I should know--is that his normal move will look high. He'll turn, clip somebody in the head with his elbow, and it'll be called. Happens to me, too. I say to the refs, 'Do you want me to play with my arms down at my sides?' You have to play close to Shaq, hang in there with him. But you also want to be able to smile when your career's over.