September 4, 2014 2:30 PM
Just ask him.
“I’m not going to lie — I don’t really feel so much like a New Yorker,” the star point guard told Resident Magazine. “I grew up in an apartment in Texas where you could send your kids outside like, ‘Yeah, go play in the sun.’ Here it’s more challenging. The process of getting them into school is a nightmare. Even private schools where you pay are an ordeal.
“In Utah, you just send your kids to the first public school in the area because they’re all great. Truth is, we enjoy getting away from the hustle and bustle and going back to Utah every summer. It’s a relief to take that timeout. No traffic. No crowds "
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