Can you make money life coaching?

I know how to. I’m the best player in the game. We’re all pretty skilled. And we have a lot of players. So we can coach them, because it’s not just one guy. Every team has a coach. We can coach anybody.

Do you think any of the coaches will be coaching under your banner next year?

I’m going to be very tough on them, very hard on them. I told them to make the right move if they’re going to come here and try to become the best player. And in this system, that’s the most you will ever see. And the way we play, I think we’ll be a pretty good team to win a lot of trophies.

Are you worried because of the lockout?

Yes, because I’m the only guy who doesn’t have to work this offseason after this. My coach works his way through the season and this is part of it.

Are you confident with the roster you have this year?

I’m confident. I’ve had this group so much longer than anybody else. I have a lot of confidence in this group. We’ve never had this many guys together. And when you have that group, things happen that happen at the end of the year. I’m definitely confident that if somebody does something good, we’re going to have a chance to win every game that we play.

You are the only player to ever win MVP. Are you ever afraid this year it’s your last shot?

I’m just too confident. When you can win all these trophies, what else do you need to do? You know what? I got plenty more years to play and play well. I don’t want to be here, but I’m so happy I still get to do this.

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