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"Basketball to me is like the piano to Beethoven. You know, it's like my way of expressing my art, my emotions, how I love, how I hate, how I have joy, how I have sadness. For me, it's a place of solace. It's like a sanctuary in a sense, where I can go and just compete—just let myself free, let myself go, and really express myself. It's a great feeling when you're in a great rhythm, you're competing, you're being pushed to your best, and you are pushed to your highest level each night. It really stretches you, so for me, it's just like a safe haven."

— Admiral on what basketball means to him and why the game is so special.

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Destiny Jackson

College Basketball Player

"The advice I would give someone would just be: “Continue to do what you know is right and continue to strive in your purpose. Always understand that your journey is no one else's journey. Your journey is unique, your journey is your own, and you are one of one. Whatever anybody else does, that's not what you do. It's not right just because everybody is doing it, and it's not wrong just because one person is doing it.”"

— Destiny on pieces of advice she would give to someone who wants to play basketball at the collegiate level.

Gregg Glenn

College Basketball Player

"I would say, “Don’t worry about rankings. Once you get into college, everybody is good. You just have to find something that makes you stand out—like rebounding or anything like that. Find something, master that, and you will stand out.” Then, I’d say to just be on your grind every day. "

— Gregg on pieces of advice he would give to young athletes who want to play basketball at the collegiate level.

Saniya Rivers

College Basketball Player

"That's a good question. I just feel like it's all mental. I feel like you can condition months before it's time to come to college—you can lift weights, you can get in the gym and shoot every day, you can work on your defense, whatever—, (but) I just feel like your mental is key...There’s just a lot that goes into it. When you have a clear mind to think, I just feel like everything flows smoothly."

— Saniya on pieces of advice that she would give to someone who would also like to play basketball at the collegiate level one day.

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