In his interview Thursday night with analyst John Thompson carter was asked if he pushed himself as hard as he should have in Toronto.
"In years past, no," said Carter, now a member of the New Jersey Nets. "I was fortunate to have the talent . . . you get spoiled when you're able to do a lot of things. You see that you don't have to work at it.
"Now, with the all the injuries, I have to work harder. I'm a little hungrier. Getting a fresh start has made me want to attack the basket."
Carters is posting big numbers in New Jersey since the trade averaging 22.5 points in 40.3 minutes. A statistic that is not sitting well with many Raptor fans who saw a slower, oft-injured Carter score 15.9 points in 30.4 minutes before the trade.
Well, both him AND his cousin will be booed out of TO. That just isn't cool.
I keep forgetting to tell you, but the "NBA League Pass" channels should be unlocked for digital cable (and maybe dish owners?) this week. I got to watch the local Sacramento crew one more time (and one time too many, ar ar ar)