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Ujiri, Siakam speaks on Toronto Raptors chances against Golden States in NBA final - May 30, 2019


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Pascal
Siakam
Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam and the team General Manager operation Masai Ujiri are confident that the Raptors can pull off some surprises against National Basketball Association, NBA title hopes in the finals beginning with game one Thursday night.

Both player and manager are proud about their African root.

Excerpt:

Siakam was the first to lay it bear as he looks to contribute his quota to Raptors match on.

You're entering the biggest games of your career, so paint a picture for what tonight will look like for you and tomorrow morning, heading into the arena and getting your mind right.

I think for me I mean it's just obviously you want to say so much that it's going to be a regular day, that it's going to be, yeah, it's just another day, but it's just not another day. It's the Finals.

It's an exciting time of the year. I think all the eyes, everyone is watching. I mean, it's an important moment.

For me I'm excited, right, like I'm just excited. My family is coming down tomorrow, having some family time, hanging out and obviously getting ready for the game. But for the most part, it's just I think for me I like to just hang out with my family and just chill until we have to play.

You brought Pascal in with the 27th pick. You obviously saw something in him then, but could you have imagined him developing into the player he is today as quickly as he has, and how big has that been in terms of getting you guys here this year?

I tell you, when I saw him in Basketball Without Borders, no. We all want to act like we know everything, but we don't. That guy has been incredible and I think his progress you've seen. Even during the year, Pascal I think should have been an All-Star. He wasn't a All-Star. At All-Star he elevated. After All-Star he elevated. There was a chip on his shoulder during the Playoffs. Everybody said he's young, new player in the NBA; he elevated even more. He's been an unbelievable revelation for us, but I know Pascal and we have had these moments of talk, and he specifically said to me a couple of years ago that he doesn't want to be one of those African players that's labeled, whether it's a shot blocker or a defender or rebounder or he runs. He wants to be a star. He wants to be a versatile player in this league and he wants to be able to do it all. And he's put the work into it. We all used to hold our breath when he took a 3-point shot. We all used to hold our breath sometimes when he went on the fast break. And now we can't wait until he does that. Again, it's preparation, it's practice, it's work ethic, it's that mindset of winning and I think he has that mindset, too.

Has it always been your foresight to kind of make the Raptors a global NBA team?

I think being -- it says a lot that the first NBA Finals outside of America is being played here. Maybe one day it will be real world champions or something, but this is what we dream of every day

you come to work it's -- this is it and it's overwhelming because you think, when I look at all the international players we have on our team, from Marc and even our staff and the people on our staff and the backgrounds, it's really brought us together and I think it says so much because that's how our city is, that's how the country is, that we can all relate to the multicultural or the diversity of Toronto and Canada and that's how our team is. They talk in different languages on defense, they talk in different languages in the locker room, and it's like that in our organization. And being international myself and being from Africa, I'm proud of that.

Pascal Siakam (206-F-94, college: N.Mexico St.)   




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