In this post, you will find great George Hill Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
The more I’m aggressive, the better off we’re going to be. I have to take that into consideration every game to make it a point to be aggressive.
Basketball is something we’re blessed to do, but it’s not who we are.
When I was a rookie, it was pretty much my first time outside of the city that I grew up in.
Basketball’s just something temporary that we do and we’re blessed to do, but life is way more precious than this ball that we play.
We can’t promise wins or losses and things like that but we can promise that we can play hard night in and night out and impact the community and that’s the biggest thing.
I just do my job.
That’s what I try to base my life on is being a positive impact for the community… and everything I put my hands on.
I’m not the All-Star point guard that everybody‘s dreaming about right now. I’m not that. I wish I was, but I’m a work in progress and I’m not scared to admit that. But what I am is a good citizen and a guy who’s not scared to put his neck on the line for his community or for his state. And I’m always going to do that.
I’m an Indianapolis boy to the core.
I’ve been in some fights in my neighborhood before.
It’s all about what I can do to help the team win.
I just try to go out there and win, and play good basketball.
When the ball goes up in the air, I’m ready to play, I love the competitive side of it, but that’s not who I am.
Sometimes you have to stand up for what’s right, and sometimes that may be ruffling feathers and may be frowned upon by everyone else, but at the end of the day in your heart, knowing you’re on the right side of history and knowing that you did the right thing, good or bad, you have to live with that.
I think putting your fingerprints on life in general speaks more value than this game of basketball can speak.
Indiana is always home to me. It holds a special place in my heart.
You can win a championship, but the amount of fulfillment that I get knowing I’ve impacted a whole community is bigger than a championship for me. It’s what I stand for. It’s how I live. And I think that’s how the world should try to see itself to impact other people’s lives.
You can always make an imprint on the game no matter what you do.
Everything that allowed me to come here to Utah has been great.
Life itself is bigger than the money aspect of the game.
At the end of the day, it’s basketball. You’ve got to put the ball in the basket.
Going to an organization where winning means something, where you’re held accountable and you have goals and things like that I think that molds you early as a player and gives you that platform and foundation to be a professional.