"The attention is nice but winning is better," he said. "The team camaraderie and being with my guys has been the best part."
"I remind him to remember the winning times," Nickelberry said. "Because for three years, all these guys remember is losing. I don't want them to hold onto this feeling of despair of losing. Because Howard basketball is on the rise, and they have an ownership in how fast we flush out that bad taste."