Welcome to The Players’ POV, a video series featuring athletes freely speaking their minds on issues most important to them. No pretense. No gimmick. Just a camera.
In this edition of The Players' POV, we get inside the mind of the Knicks Forward as he shares his thoughts on Carmelo Anthony's trade and discusses his individual and team goals for the season, including making the playoffs.
Eu acordei na mata. Eu abri meus olhos, mas estava tudo muito escuro. Chovia. E estava muito, muito frio. Eu não podia ver – eu só podia ouvir coisas. Muitas pessoas estavam gemendo, pedindo ajuda. Eu comecei a pedir ajuda,…
I woke up in the woods. I opened my eyes, but everything was super dark. It was raining. And it was really, really cold. I couldn’t see — I could only hear things. A lot of people were groaning, calling…
When I woke up in the hospital room in Nevada, I couldn’t move. I couldn’t talk. I was trapped inside my own body.
You can’t stand on the sidelines if you want to affect something. You gotta make a move. You gotta do something. So that’s what I’m going to do.
This is not just about Fenway. This is not just about one drunk guy. This is not just about Major League Baseball. For me, this is about my three-year-old son.
Anquan Boldin, Malcolm Jenkins and Glover Quin discuss how law enforcement and race issues have impacted their lives.
I wear my emotions on my sleeve. That’s just who I am.
As dedicated as we players are to this game, it's getting more and more difficult to ignore the fact that we don’t have a league that shows the same kind of dedication when it comes to taking care of the…
I'm at peace with retiring, but I've got one more ride left. One more season.
In this special edition of The Players’ POV, we get inside the mind of an MVP, as Cam Newton talks winning, losing and the one game in 9th grade that changed his mindset forever.
This week, I sat down in front of the camera again to be as honest as I can about my own struggles, and to talk about my sincere belief that we can help each other through the darkness.