Comments: 187 • Responses: 1 • Date: 2012-02-04 16:03:32 UTC
Comments: 514 • Responses: 23 • Date: 2012-02-05 02:56:59 UTC
heirjordan13109 karma2012-02-05 05:18:08 UTC
" Play for the love of the game. The day the game stops becoming fun... stop playing."
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heirjordan1393 karma2012-02-05 03:52:27 UTC
Honestly, there was no negative tension, action, conversation, etc. that occurred between myself and The UCF Basketball program. Mainly, I came to a point in my life where I wanted to focus on things outside of basketball and to explore the opportunities beyond the sport. After talking to my parents, I felt that in order to reach my full potential as a person, I needed to step away from the game and give more thought to my future.
heirjordan1384 karma2012-02-05 06:33:09 UTC
In particular, I remember being at home during Game 6 in Utah of the 98 finals and my family watching the game in our basement... The moment he hit "the last shot" I will never forget. (Obviously couldn't go because I had school the next day, and moms wasn't having it).
heirjordan1348 karma2012-02-04 16:14:05 UTC
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heirjordan1346 karma2012-02-05 04:45:46 UTC
Never thought about that when I started... I began playing at 3 so I didn't realize what would come in the future.... I just loved the game.
heirjordan1333 karma2012-02-05 03:01:26 UTC
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heirjordan1331 karma2012-02-05 04:10:00 UTC
Honestly, I have many interests in many subjects and would like to be some sort of a modern day renaissance man. and S/O to my man @kypade on twitter for putting me on the reddit game.... :-)) #Knowledge
heirjordan1330 karma2012-02-05 04:00:13 UTC
Great Question... I enjoyed and continue to enjoy the people involved within the UCF Knight family, mainly I noticed the professors/teachers were very different then what I was used to coming from the University of Illinois... but in a positive way where they were more accessible and easy to talk to...
*(beautiful campus, beautiful people, welcoming atmosphere)
The Least??? i would definitely say the 30 min-2 hours parking search issue was the first thing that popped into my mind. I just feel like there should be better ways for the students of UCF to travel across campus on a day-to-day basis.
heirjordan1329 karma2012-02-05 03:26:16 UTC
Wow...choose one? I don't know, I would say to be successful number 1, but number 2--make change(s) in the world that are meaningful and long lasting, if not permanent....
heirjordan1325 karma2012-02-05 06:45:18 UTC
More than anything, I would make sure that my kids have the opportunity to interact and communicate with kids and adults of all races, ethnicities,and cultures to ensure that they have a well-round view of the world.
Question number 2..WoW! ummm.... Mainly, I would definitely try not to give any other type of criticism but constructive criticism.
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