"I'll take care of myself later," he said in response to the question. "For me, throughout my coaching career, I've always wanted the final game of the year to be one where you're either crying for joy or crying for sorrow, and if you're crying for either, it means you've put everything into it." Furthermore, I have a large number of children who are crying, and I am very pleased with their performance. They've been a pleasure to coach, and they've consistently produced winning basketball, which they did again tonight, but so did the other team.