I guess it could be tough for people, but you know, these guys are your family. Over a course of years, they do become your family.
I think all of our tours are unique. There's always going to be new fans and new people. On the flip side of that, there's always new players and new motivation.
It takes a special person because you do play every night. Every game is always going to be someone's first time with the Globetrotters, and first impressions are important.
I think it's important for parents to expose their kids to different things. The Harlem Globetrotters is one of the clean, wholesome things you can take the whole family to. As long as families remain important in this world, the Globetrotters will remain a priority.
It can be tough because you figure whatever you've done, you've done in the past 80 years. We try these things out at training camp and even throughout the tour. A lot of what we do is spontaneous and we just feed off the crowd, and every crowd is different.