Wednesday, January 6, 2010
A Great Day In New York For Jose Juan Barea Of The Dallas Mavericks
The Dallas point guard is the seventh Puerto Rican to play in the NBA. He said he was the only Puerto Rican currently active in the league. He does not consider his status to be stressful but does consider it to be a responsibility. He stated, "I feel no pressure because I know the fans in Puerto Rico always back me up. It is a responsibility because I want to open the doors for the next Puerto Rican players, especially guards." Being the only Hispanic player on the Mavericks in no way interferes with his relationship with his teammates. He explained, "I'm really comfortable with my teammates. We have a new coach, Rick Carlisle, who is completely different than our former coach, Avery Johnson." When asked his assessment of the new coach, he replied, "It's too early to tell."
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