On not playing as much early on as other players in his draft class:

“I think it’s a humbling experience because it just shows you have to be patient sometimes. Things aren’t always going to go your way. As an organization, from their standpoint, they’re trying to see how you’re going to react because everything is not always going to be sugar and sweet, not going to always be great. There’s going to be injuries and times when you don’t play well because it’s 82 games in seven months. I think it was a good test for me and I came out and rose above it.”

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