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Quentin Richardson on overcoming obstacles, the BIG3 Championship and the skill of Coach Lieberman

PUBLISHED August 24, 2018 | News

Despite being disappointed to fall to the 18th selection in the 2000 Draft, Quentin Richardson rebounded to have a 13-year NBA career, leading the league in 3-pointers and winning the 3-Point Content in the 2004-05 season. Currently he is playing in The BIG3 where his team Power is taking on 3’s Company in Friday’s championship game.

On a new episode of Fastbreak Breakfast, Richardson shares how his hard work and adaptability allowed him have a long NBA career and how much fun he’s having with his new teammates playing in the BIG3. He also strongly endorses Power’s coach Nancy Lieberman for an NBA job, saying she’s “one of the best coaches I’ve ever had” and “knows the game of basketball as well as any coach I’ve ever been around.”