Tim Hardaway

(Timothy Duane Hardaway Sr.)

Tim Hardaway
Tim Hardaway
  • Born: September 1, 1966
  • Nationality: American
  • Profession: Athlete









Timothy Duane Hardaway Sr. is an American retired basketball player. Standing at six feet (1.83 m) tall, he was best known for his crossover dribble which was dubbed the "UTEP Two-step" by television analysts.

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As an African-American, I know all too well the negative thoughts and feelings hatred and bigotry cause.
Everybody looks at his clothes to see what he's wearing.
I am committed to examining my feelings and will recognize, appreciate and respect the differences among people in our society. Society ;Respect
I did everything I could to establish myself, but it just didn't work that way. I'm not angry about that. Work, Workers & The Labor Force
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.
I don't have a hate bone in my body.
I don't like gay people and I don't like to be around gay people. I am homophobic. I don't like it. It shouldn't be in the world or in the United States.
I grew up under the sticks and stones rule. I didn't put my hands on you so why should you put your hands on me or my family. Families, Children & Parenting
I hate them with all the hate you can hate with. Can you hate more than that? If you can, I hate them more than that.
I respect people. For me to say 'hate' was a bad word, and I didn't mean to use it. Respect
I take my son to school and then I drive 45 minutes to practice with my ABA team, the Florida Pit Bulls, from 10 to 1. In the afternoon, I have meetings.
I think I have the skills. I'm a great judge of talent. I just know basketball.
I was always taught if you do something, face the piper. Try to make it right.
If the right people do the right things, we can walk, we can have a future. But if people don't put time into it to make it run in a right way, I don't think your team will work. Time ;Future ;Work, Workers & The Labor Force
I'm a goodhearted person. I interact with people all the time. Time
I'm not trying to get back on a team, but I have tried to stay in shape just in case a team needs a point guard. A championship team. I wouldn't go to any other team.
I've always thought if it's not broke, why fix it?
When I see gay people holding hands or kissing in the streets, I just don't think that's right.
When your team drops out, you make the ABA look bad.
You have to look at how chemistry develops.
Your team has to understand that coming into the ABA, you have to have your investments right and sponsorships and people ready to give you money so they can back you up. Money, Coins & Minting