“He’s only four years old, but we’ll find out what really interests him over the next two years,” added the 34-year-old. “But there’s no pressure anyway. You just want them to find what they like and support them.”
Just as he is always there to support his family, they support him right away. And it’s that support that Steph says is “the gas in the engine in terms of giving me the space to be able to invest in my craft and the amount of sacrifice it takes to work at that level.”
“But also, unconditional love and support for wins, losses, big games, bad games,” he continued. “They are there, and I hope to be there for them through whatever life throws at us.”
Hear from Steph, including what being named Sportsman of the Year means to him, in the full interview above.