I’m quitting the New York Mets and joining the Philadelphia Phillies.

I think I can still play, but I’m not sure I’m good enough.

I started working out again in October, but it was just too much.

I didn’t want to miss out on the big time, and I had to leave the game to focus on basketball.

I went back to school and took my final exams.

I’m still working on my academic skills, but my goal is to graduate in June.

My father is a basketball player and I grew up watching him play in the league.

He was a good kid, but not as good as he should be.

I was a bad kid too.

I’ve got a long way to go, but with the right guidance, I can get better.

I had a good offseason with my agent, John DiMaggio, who is also my agent.

He’s a nice guy and he did a great job bringing me to New York.

I love the fans, the fans are the reason I’m here.

I really enjoy the support I get from the players.

I know the fans will always have my back, but the fans can also tell me to stay out of trouble, to never go too far.

I will keep my mouth shut and I’m going to focus in on basketball to get better every day.

I have a lot of things to learn, and if I want to play professionally, I’ll have to improve my fundamentals.

I just want to be good.

I have to get my fundamentals down, my feet, my balance, and my body.

If I don’t do that, I’m just going to have to be the guy that’s trying to play the game and not being able to do it.

It’s not going to be easy.

I never thought I would be able to play professional basketball.

But I’ve had my eye on the goal since I was five years old, and when I was 14, I told my mom I was going to play college basketball.

She was excited, but she knew I needed to put myself in a position where I could do it, and now I’m in that position.

My goal is just to be one of the best college players in the country.