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How did you and Bob first connect?

Understanding that life was going by fast, NBA years go by so fast, I remember talking to my business manager Lisa Joseph at the time, and I was like, “Man, I really need somebody to be around us and travel with us, and capture moments.” Well, lo and behold, she wound up dating a man who brought a camera with him one day, and she was like, “Hey, how about you take some photos?” We were on a trip, and he just started taking photos. And he took this one photo of me, it’s in the book, I’m on a plane with a BlackBerry in my hand. And I really loved that moment, I really loved that photo. And I was just like, “Bro, can you do more of this for me?”

From your 2003 draft class, Carmelo Anthony just had a memoir come out, and LeBron James may be approaching the end of his career. How much has this been feeling like the end of an era?

We got LeBron and Carmelo holding it down. That’s all we got left. Everybody else is on to the next stage of life. A lot of memoirs coming out; Chris Bosh recently had a book that came out. We all are on to this next phase of life. It’s great to be able to be in a place where you can put your ideas and your expressions and your thoughts on paper and put it in book form, because these are your own words. My entire life has been someone else’s words. Reporters get to write our story all the time. That’s why social media is so big, because now people get to control their own story. That’s what this is. The memoir is just controlling your own stories, telling your own stories, from your own perspective to your base, your fans.

Were those kinds of conversations about wanting to tell your own stories happening among players while you were in the league?

For me, I think once I started with Bob following me around, once people got over the idea that it wasn’t Hollywood—people said, “Aw, you got camera crews following you, that’s Hollywood”—once people got over that idea that it wasn’t Hollywood, and I was telling guys, “Hey, this is what I’m doing, I’m not the only one doing this, of course, but this is what I’m doing.” You see more guys be open to capturing moments, because you see how fast it goes. As long as LeBron’s been able to play, as long as he will be able to play, it still ends one day. And you’re gonna wanna have these moments. So I’ve definitely seen players get more open to it. Bob got very busy for a while.