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Q&A with Raymond Felton


Q: You pride yourself on your toughness. What is your definition of toughness? A: I don’t sit out games. I don’t like to go into the trainers’ room. I have fights with my trainers all the time. They tell me, “It’s only gonna help you in the long run.” I don’t like to be sitting on no table. I’m gonna play every game no matter what, unless something’s broken. And if I can still play, I might. (New York Post)


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