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I didnt like how my NBA career ended because I wanted to go out on my own terms. But nobody tried to believe in me, that
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"I didn't like how my NBA career ended because I wanted to go out on my own terms. But nobody tried to believe in me, that I could go back and play. I can still play at 39"

- Tim Hardaway

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This quote by Tim Hardaway speaks to the difficulty of having a career in professional sports pertain to an end. Hardaway reveals his dissatisfaction in how his NBA profession ended, as he wanted to head out on his own terms. He likewise expresses his disappointment that nobody believed in him that he could return and play, even at the age of 39. This quote talks to the problem of having a career in expert sports come to an end, as Hardaway was not offered the opportunity to head out on his own terms. It likewise talks to the importance of believing in yourself and having the confidence to pursue your dreams, even when others might not believe in you. Hardaway's quote is a pointer that age ought to not be a barrier to accomplishing your objectives, and that with hard work and commitment, anything is possible.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Tim Hardaway somewhere between September 1, 1966 and today. He/she was a famous Athlete from USA. The author also have 11 other quotes.

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