"He wears the emotions on his shoulder," said Freeman, who is averaging a team-high 17.9 points. "And me, I'm more of the calm. I try to lead more by example. It's more like me and Chris are fire and ice."
"I accepted it, probably, two hours after they told me," Freeman said. "Because once they said it, what could I do about it? I took it, understood, tried to learn about it. I had a lot of people coming in and telling me what was going on. When I found out I was still going to be able to get on with my regular life, and still be able to play basketball, I was fine. My parents were more worried than I was."