The first game of my senior year, I’m in great shape – but unfortunately I broke my foot. I had never been hurt a day in my life. My very first game, I broke my foot. I threw me a pity party. My trainer came to me, says, “Walter, we can get you back for the big 10 season. We can get you back, son. We can get you right back in five weeks.” I said, “Roger, when I come out of surgery, I want you to take me to the stationary bike, put me on the bike, and tape my cast to the pedal. “But Walter, when you come out of surgery, you’re gonna be on morphine, you won’t feel like it, go back and rest.” I said, “Roger, I don’t have time to rest. Can you do that favor for me? Can you take me to the stationary bike, put me on the bike, and tape my cast to the pedal?” As soon as surgery was over, he carried me to the stationary bike, put me on that bike, and he taped my cast to the pedal, and I had a customary workout that was symbolic that I don’t have time to rest. I had tears in my eyes as I pedaled their bike, and I thought to myself: I can’t quit. I can’t give up. I came back in six weeks, we playing against the Ohio State Buckeyes on national TV. They had a guy named Jimmy Jackson at that time. On national TV, me and Jimmy Jackson are going at it. In the first half, I have 15 points, five rebounds and five assists, and as the first half ran out, I pulled up for my patented baseline jump shot, and I felt my foot break again. I’ve been trained to follow through. Every day in practice, my coaches say, “Walter, shoot it like you own it, baby! Shoot it like it’s yours!” Even though I felt my foot break, I still follow through, and my last college basketball shot went in all net, because I’ve been trained to follow through. [Applause] You have to be disciplined every single day, and train yourself to follow through on all your fundamentals, and that’s how you’re going to be successful you have to do it when you don’t feel like it. You have to do it when you feel discouraged. You have to do it when you don’t feel healthy. You have to do it when you’re under the weather. Every single day, you have to train yourself to focus, and commit to your business, and follow through.