“It’s an honor and it’s a privilege to be here. To the guys and the younger guys that are getting an opportunity to come to their first [All-Star Game] … enjoy it because, you know, I can tell you that firsthand that this is a fun experience. You should share it with your family, your friends, remember it. You don’t know how many of these you’ll get an opportunity to play in. More importantly, remember every time you put your uniform on because trust me, it goes quickly.”
Fans take a moment of silence to remember ESPN anchor, Stuart Scott, who recently passed away from cancer and was an alumni of the University of North Carolina (class of 1987). Stuart Scott passed away at the age of 49 early Sunday morning.
Congratulations on winning the 2014 Heisman Trophy, and becoming the first Heisman trophy winner from the University of Oregon.
[Final Passage of his acceptance speech below.]
Two aspects of my life that I will never change. To the Polynesian community, I hope and pray that this is only the beginning. Young Poly athletes everywhere, you should take this as motivation, and dream big and strive for greatness.
Finally, Mom, Dad, Matt and the rest of my family, thank you. Thank you for sacrificing and providing me and Matt every opportunity we could have. Words can’t express how much you guys mean to me. I’m truly grateful to have you guys in my life.
“He’s learned how to become a leader in a way in which people want to follow him. That’s really important for him to have learned that because he knew that he had to give to get back in return, and so he’s become a giver rather than just a guy that’s a demanding leader. That’s been great for him and great to watch.”- Phil Jackson
P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens stretches & skates with the puck prior to the gameagainst the Florida Panthers at the BB&T Center on April 5, 2015 in Sunrise, Florida. The Canadiens defeated the Panthers 4-1.