"He was the best anyone had seen," Reed said. "He was so much better than anyone else at the time. With me growing up and watching that, I tried to copy his mental strength and go from there."
"Be stubborn," Reed said. "Focus on what you're doing and not anyone around you. You could see it just by looking at him in the eyes. If looks could kill, he would literally kill you. It's not because he's not a good guy. He was just so focused and determined to play well. And he obviously gets it. That's what I'm trying to do."