I made the All-Star sophomore team, and I'm looking forward to going down to New Orleans. Some of my family members are going down to watch me play in the game. I will mostly be relaxing and enjoying myself the whole weekend. I have some events to go to, and I have to go see my homie Rudy in the dunk contest. He's going up against my old teammate G. Green. That's going to be a good contest. I may go to see Kentucky play while I'm down there-not sure yet. I have to check and make sure I don't have anything already set up first. Other than getting prepared for the trip to New Orleans, I'm just doing my regular...resting and preparing for our upcoming games. Last Thursday's game against Dallas was great. I'm glad we came off that one with a W. I went to the Mayor's Cup Breakfast at Fenway Park this past Saturday. It was a really nice charity event. This past weekend was actually really great for me. I got to get some good rest, and I needed that. As for the Super Bowl, I don't think that there was one person in all of New England that wasn't just gravely hurt. That had to be the hardest loss for the Pats-going 18-0 all season and losing the only game in the Super Bowl. I wouldn't know what to do. I have much respect for those guys though. They had an amazing season at 18-1. I got together with a few of my teammates and watched the game. It was fun watching the game with them. We laughed and joked around up until the last few minutes of the game-that's when it got serious. Now, we're in Cleveland. We play the Cavaliers tomorrow. I'm about to lay it down for the night. I'll holla!