According to Pacers’ Victor Oladipo, he’s constantly trying to prove himself to be great
Victor Oladipo tries to return to his all-star form before suffering a quad tendon injury that has paused him for a year and a half.
In his last interview with Michael Lee from The AthleticThe Indiana Pacers star talked about his personal goals, intended legacy, and more after returning to the pitch in January.
“At the end of the day, I wanted my name to be mentioned in one of the big names,” said Oladipo of his personal goals Grandstand report.
“When this quad injury happened, my job wasn’t over. My legacy is not yet finished. That knee is a little bump on the street, you would say. But someone told me a long time ago, “If the street you are on is easy, then you are on the wrong street.”
In addition, Oladipo referred to the way he wanted to be treated when he ended his career and had a lot to prove.
“Personally, I feel like they don’t really respect me. And that’s fine. I understand. It was only a year or a year and a few months, or whatever it may be. And I still have to Prove a lot. I want the whole world to remember my name. So I’m doing what I’m doing. And so I’m going to come back stronger than ever because I still have an unfinished business. And I still have a lot of things that I have to do and want to achieve – so that my name can ring bells. “ Indiana’s guard added, per Hoopsrumors.