"Most people thought, 'Oh, you took Antonio just to get Will.' Absolutely not," Pastner said. "That was the perception, but had anyone seen this kid play? Has anyone done an evaluation? This kid can flat-out play. He helped us win a lot of basketball games. He's a hard-nosed, blue-collar, does-his-job, low-maintenance, old-school basketball player. That's who he is. And we were fortunate to have him. I love the kid. I mean, he was our leading scorer in the NCAA tournament game. That guy's a player and we were fortunate to have him. I knew that he was going to be a good player when he signed."