Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Jalen Brunson Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I’ve been able to contribute to a lot of winning teams in my lifetime. It just comes from my mindset. I’ve not focused on me individually; it’s what the team needs.
As I grew older, it wasn’t just to be in the NBA. The dream was to be successful in the NBA.
I loved playing for Coach Ambrose, and I definitely love playing for Coach Wright.
I can control how hard I play. This is how I respond to coaching. This is how I respond to my teammates. If I focus on that, the other things that come with that are going to come.
I was always taught that pressure comes when you aren’t prepared or didn’t work hard enough.
You gotta play every game like your last.
You respect people you grew up around.
Stats aren’t everything.
There’d be days in high school where I thought I played well, my team got the win, and I’d go to the gym still in my uniform, and my dad would say, ‘C’mon, let’s go. We have more work to do.’
It’s definitely nice to be relaxed and a normal kid and hang out.
Any kid in my position coming from being an All-American and all that wants to be the guy that makes all the plays coming into their freshman year.
I expect myself to be the best player I can be. I really believe I can be one of the best who’s ever played. That’s how hard I work. That’s going to be my mindset no matter where I am or what I’m doing.
I like who I am. I’m different. I work really hard just to be where I am, and I know I’m not gonna stop doing that.
I just know I can’t force things. I’ve just got to play the right way, make sure I’m making the right play at the right time.
Every game’s a big game.
When you see people from your area do well, you’re excited for them as well.
Every goal for me is to be a leader on the court every time I step on the court.
I’m pretty sure everyone in the country wants a bigger role if they’re not a star player.
My mentality is my biggest strength.
I can adapt to any situation.
There’s a lot of guys who are drafted and end up not playing in the NBA. They get their money for their first whatever years and end up going overseas or something like that.
I just wanted to set myself up for life, and that degree from Villanova, I thought, is very special.
I know the NBA is my all-time goal. It’s what I dreamed of as a little kid.
I have to make sure I’m making the right play at the right time.
I need to be more aggressive, more vocal, be a better defender. I’ve worked on all those tirelessly.
Some guys are always gifted: Amazing length, amazing athleticism. But just put me in front of that guy. That’s my mindset. I’m gonna battle.
I love ‘Nova nation. I love them.
Good leaders, good team players, know how to make the most of everything.
I use what God had given me. I don’t wish for anything else. I don’t wish I can be a high-flier.
I can’t worry about what I’m doing to be the National Player of the Year; it’s what am I doing to help my team be successful?
Let’s just say I’ve learned a lot and seen things differently than any other average high school kid.
I just feel like I’ve been in a lot of high-pressure situations, and I think I’m able to stay poised in those situations.
I want to be a part of a winning culture.