"I feel pretty good and I'm a young guy. Every day I get extra shots up with coach [Aaron] McKie - me, Arnett [Moultrie] and a couple of other guys. I'm taking my time. I'm getting better every day and learning more and more. This is all part of the NBA. I've got a lot of great players in front of me. Jrue Holiday is playing like an All-Star right now, Royal brings something to the court. I'm just waiting my turn and for my opportunity, whether that's in practice or if that's pumping guys up on the bench. I'm blessed to be in this situation. I'm on a great team, playing for a great coach in my own city. I really have no complaints. I'm learning a lot, a whole lot. I'm learning a lot from Jrue, even though he's young he's been in the league for 4 years. Thad helps me a lot, J-Rich, all those guys help me a lot. They tell me to stay ready and that's what I'm trying to do. If you're a good person in this league, I think you can have a pretty good career. If you come early, stay late, keep a good attitude, be a good teammate, you can have a successful career in this league. Everybody can't be a superstar. Everybody can't be a $50 million-type player. There's a place for role players in this league. I'm a gym rat. I've been that way since Villanova, I was always the first one in the game and the last one to leave. I'm used to it. It's a little different not playing, but it's fine, I'm taking it all in and getting better every day."