"When I got drafted, I was 19 going on 20," he said. "I had a lot of money. I didn't love the game, I loved what the game got me. I wasn't mature enough to understand the concepts and that the game was about consistency. When you play a season, you have to be all-in. The clubs, the purchasing of all the cars, the jewelry, the women, you can't do all that. We as men have to understand what's best for us, and I learned so much from that."