Kevin Martin quotes

  • They took one from us last time, so now we took one from them
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Basketball #Lasts #Last Time

  • Mahatma Gandhi was a man of peace and non-violence and lived by the Hindu principle of ahimsa, action based on refusal to do harm. As his war-strewn presidency shows, George Bush knows nothing about ahimsa and non-violence. Bush should reconsider this cynical, disrespectful display of symbolism.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #War #Men #Symbolism

  • Ministers must not be able to set rules governing solicitors on a whim, to suit their own requirements.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Requirements #Able #Suits

  • My parents and grandparents always made me feel fortunate. I'm in a position to help others feel the same. It's just in my heart and is something I feel very very strong about.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Strong #Heart #Helping Others

  • It was a good feeling to have a lot of support. A lot of people respect me as a player but also as a person as well.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Player #People #Support

  • I'm a guy who has always been a late bloomer on every level. I've always wanted to get into the league as a kid. Who would have thought during my senior year at college that I would be where I am now? It's been a lot of hard work and never stopping.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Senior #Hard Work #Kids

  • It's really up to me to speed up my learning curve as a player so I can contribute in a much bigger way night in and night out.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Player #Night #Curves

  • People think about, when you sell a million records, "Oh. You must be buying Ferrari's and living in mansions." It was never really like that.
    -- Kevin Martin

    #Thinking #People #Ferrari

  • I will prepare and some day my chance will come.

  • If a Coach is determined to stay in the coaching profession, he will develop from year to year. This much is true, no coach has a monopoly on the knowledge of basketball. There are no secrets in the game. The only secrets, if there are any, are good teaching of sound fundamentals, intelligent handling of men, a sound system of play, and the ability to instill in the boys a desire to win.

  • I believe that good defense embodies seven cardinal principle: reduce the number of your opponent's shots; force your opponent into low percentage shots; control everything within 18 feet; eliminate second shots; no easy baskets; point the ball on all long shots; and prevent the ball from going into the pivot man.

  • God didn't miss any of us.

  • As the Internet breaks down the last justifications for a professional class of politicians, it also builds up the tools for replacing them.

  • You have had your last bad meal. But, you have also heard your last honest compliment, and you have lost your last true friend.

  • It is rather for us here dedicated to the great task remaining before us, that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion.

  • When your last breath arrives, Grammar can do nothing.

  • The receptivity of the masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, but their power of forgetting is enormous. In consequence of these facts, all effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand by your slogan.

  • The last time I was asked that, I said "A Year Without Spoons." Normally you get asked the same questions over and over, so it feels boring to say the same thing. But then I was like, I don't even know another essay I like. They're all good.

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