"I know it's possibly the last game that could be played, so I feel like it's going to be a battle regardless of who you play," Reed said. "I felt like that last year and this year. I know I didn't care at all who we played. I have never been afraid of anything in my life. I'm not about to start now."
"They tried to make sure I didn't have the ball in my spot," Reed said. "They tried to push me out farther, tried to contest my shot. So, I had to adjust to that and I'm happy that it happened as early as it did. I moved in a little more and stayed confident. I just didn't worry about, just played the way I played, and if that wasn't working, I tried to get somebody else going."