I've been a video game guy since I was eight years old and got my first Nintendo. I've been addicted to video games ever since.
Personally, I really enjoy sci-fi. I watch it, I read comic books, and I play video games.
During the season, I usually work out two or three times a week. I'll do a full-body workout after games. I plan it out the day of.
There's always pressure on Arsenal to go out and win games and win trophies.
I went to many games with my dad, Kevin, and looked up to the players. It's surreal that now young fans are looking up to me.
It's a massive difference when you play in front of full stadiums; you can sense the buzz around the players, and it helps us get that extra one or two per cent that may be the difference in games.
Sure, I like to win when I play basketball or board games or video games, but my day isn't ruined if I lose. I'm always up for a rematch. In all seriousness, that's something that's nice about maturing.
Millions of guys play millions of basketball games every day of the week at the playground or the YMCA. But LeBron James gets $20 million a year because he can jam on all of those guys. We're always going to want to see LeBron and Kobe go at it.
In 2007 I was at Facebook, and we looked at some of the social networks in Asia, and they were full of games.
In the time between records, I always have lots of stuff going on. I shoot photography, make little sculptures, play video games.
Newfangled online sites like 'Business Insider' and 'Huffington Post' built businesses they later sold for hundreds of millions of dollars by ripping off the work of more talented journalists and then playing Google's digitally native games better than the old fogeys ever could.
I still like to sit in a room and play games all day, so I'm a kid, really.
I'm a huge fan of the game. It's beyond a fringe benefit of obviously getting to work at the league office. I watch a ton of games in person, on television, on all forms of new media I follow the league. And so it's just beyond my wildest imaginations to me to now be the commissioner of the NBA.