Hey fans out there whether or not ur 4 the nuggets, I hope all-star was a lot of fun. It felt good 2 give back and see the responses that u guys gave us. We appreciate that. There was love in New Orleans, I'm proud 2 say I look at Katrina Victims as heroes. Even tho I didn't finish the game, I cheered every minute and every possession. I enjoyed watchin as fellow Jordan brandmates Smooth (Joe Johnson) and CP3 held it down.
It was great 2 be apart of the Brand Jordan donation 2 the community of Slidell. I hope all is well and I appreciated the chance 2 be there. Each experience is special and I know the importance of youth recs and boys and girls clubs around the world. If it wasn't 4 them, the NBA as it is and generations of all-stars 2 come will be victims not only of katrina but 2 the streets. Here are some pictures of some of the work I did down there with NBA Cares. Much love 2 New Orleans. I know it is tough but the climb and spirit is remarkable. How bout the all-star M4's wow, u only got a brief look but what u did see u must say, they were right.
Now back 2 the whole purpose of all-stars -- well, at least me, my team. We are here and 2 win so let's kick it into high gear. I need the fans out of their seats making noise every possession appreciating what we r giving every night on the court, and us giving our efforts, feeding off that electricity that built the game. To my family, friends, colleagues, fans, sponsors, and Hood Movement. That's my crew Holding Our Own Destiny that goes 4 Katrina Victims, and each and every other city that is struggling we feel u. Keep look out cuz if every one stops 2 think and put down the guns, violence, and hate, we can control our destiny. So even tho Hood Movement is me, Draper, TY, Munch, and Kenny, it is also u bcuz u control the destiny of urself, and our children are the future.
Its a movement as is the nuggets. Stay tuned.