Andre Iguodala: You always have to pay attention to him because he has this thing where he likes to tap people on the opposite shoulder and make you turn around and not know it’s him.
Kevin Love: He’s like the sarcastic jokester.
LeBron James: He’s like a prankster, jokester and keeps everybody calm and at ease.
Anthony Davis: He’s the rook, the baby of the crew, the little brother.
Russell Westbrook: He’s the outgoing one.
Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden: They’re like the cousins that come from out of town. They have all these things and inside jokes, which now we’re all a part of.
Kobe Bryant: He’s the intense big brother.
Carmelo Anthony: He’s funny and very outgoing. Sometimes the media gives him some flak, but he never lets it bother him. He’s always in a good mood. He’s actually the team DJ and he always carries a Boombox. I gave him the nickname Radio Raheem. He keeps the locker room in great spirits.
Deron Williams: He’s just like the guy that rolls with anything. He’s down for pranks, he’s down to be serious. He just flows.
Chris Paul: I played with him in New Orleans, and he’s the angry little point guard. The reason why I say that is because after the game against Tunisia, I was like, “Why are you so angry?” He’s a true point guard. He makes sure his team is playing the right basketball. He’s the epitome of a point guard that you want on your team. When you’ve got LeBron James on one wing, and Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant, and you’ve got guys like Carmelo Anthony coming off the bench, D-Will and Russell Westbrook, you’ve got to be able to dominate these guys with your personality for them to be able to do what you want. He plays almost like he’s the coach on the floor. It’s the biggest compliment that I can give him.