DP: Can you give
PK: Oh, yeah, I
always get on him. Because he gets on me about the way I dress. I'm like,
"You want me to dress like I'm a 65-year-old man?" I like wearing
sweats. I like wearing T-shirts. He's a sweater guy every day. Even if it's hot
DP: I always got
the feeling that your father didn't enjoy winning as much as he hated
losing.PK: That's a fair assessment. And I've tried to change that. You've got
to enjoy things along the way. I've seen him be just miserable....
DP: And that's
after a win?
PK: Oh, yeah.
That's one of the reasons he got out. After the last couple of games he won
while still coaching, you couldn't tell if we won or lost.
DP: Who got it
worst in the five years when you were [at Indiana, playing for your dad]?
DP: Damon Bailey
got torched, didn't he?
PK: Damon Bailey,
my boy, he got torched. An unbelievable talent, but Coach wanted so much from
him. Damon used to get called out to the house.
DP: Oh, no. What
happens when you're summoned to the house? Is it like The Godfather—you don't
want to go out to the house? You may get whacked?