"Her defensive tenacity and her drive, that's what I [want] from her game and I am working on getting from her game," Kalani said. "She's injured now, but watching her hop around on her injured foot, still rebounding, still getting after us when we're at our workouts, just still going at it. I can be doing more of that. I can be getting on the floor. I can be getting after every rebound, getting after every steal."