‘We had to put a stop to it’: Patrick McAlister talks about his ‘stupid’ decision to go into the NBA

Patrick Maitland is a man who is always trying to do the right thing.

The 23-year-old has always been one of the more humble players to have ever stepped foot in the NBA.

But it wasn’t until he signed with the Golden State Warriors that his game really took off.

“I was really trying to work hard, but I think at the end of the day, I wanted to do more than just play,” he said.

“When I was playing, I wasn’t trying to be the best player in the world.

That was my mentality, and I think that’s what made me a great player.””

So I just wanted to help the team win and I didn’t care about being the best.”

That was my mentality, and I think that’s what made me a great player.

Now with the Warriors, Patrick is one of just four NBA players with multiple titles to his name. “

And when you’re a kid and you’re playing for your team and you want to make it to the NBA, that’s where you go.”

Now with the Warriors, Patrick is one of just four NBA players with multiple titles to his name.

He has averaged 20.4 points and 8.2 rebounds over the last four seasons.

But it’s the Warriors’ win over the Memphis Grizzlies last week that has caught the attention of many.

“I think that was a huge win for us,” Patrick said.

“We played good basketball, and the way they defended us was a really good game plan.”

In the Warriors win, Patricks team played the second half with the lead.

“They just kept playing hard,” Patricks said.

They just played some great basketball.

It’s great to see their young team playing like that.

“Patricks and his team have been playing at a very high level this season.

Patricks has averaged 14.5 points and 10.7 rebounds for the Warriors.

His game has also become a lot more comfortable, and his teammates are starting to respect him a lot.”

He’s a good ball handler. “

(He) is just a very smart guy, very well-rounded guy.

He’s a good ball handler.

He just has a great feel for the game.””

He was just really, really solid in the fourth quarter,” guard Ian Clark said.