Our audience is always curious, like what are athletes using.
For you, I mean, are you like an iPhone guy, Android guy?
Where do you stand?
I'm am iPhone guy.
Why do you like it?
You know, it's just the best phone.
You have so many, can get so many apps, the camera is clear.
It is just amazing.
Lets say if I ask [UNKNOWN]
What are your maybe three apps that you always use or a game you can't go out with.
What do you think it might be?>> One is postmates, got to be postmates.>>Got to get that food sent to you right?>>Absolutely, everywhere, every city I go to, postmates at least two or three times a day.
I watch a lot of A&E, so I've got the app.
The A & E app, I watch a lot of shows on there.
Which one's your favorite show on A & E?
60 Days In, that's what I'm watching right now, yeah.
Nice, nice, that's a good one.
That's my favorite show right now, and snapchat, snapchat.
There ya go.
Also what I like about you although you're perceived superstar you really involve yourself in social media.
You'll call out a reporter when they're throwing stuff out there that you don't like.
How is being able to access social media for you?
How do you use it and why do you like it or maybe why don't you like it?
I've toned it down a bit
I keep my private life, you know, my private life.
You know, I.
I like to enjoy things without having to worry about what somebody has to say about it or the reaction they get from everybody else.
I toned it down a bit.
But I know the importance of it.
I know that it's an easy way to connect fans to their favorite players or favorite celebrities or athletes, whatever.
So I know it's a great platform as well.
I try to use it, but I also try to stay in the real world sometimes too.
Now we also saw you.
A lot of people were excited when they saw you taking photos on the sidelines of the Super Bowl.
You had this long-range DSLR camera.
Is that a hobby of yours?
Are you a gadget guy even off the court?
Yeah, I am a gadget guy.
I always tend to I'm one of those guys that I had a drone, I was flying drones all summer.
When I did the thing at the Super Bowl nobody knew that I took photos.
You just did that on your own, basically, right?
You're like, I wanna go [UNKNOWN].
Yeah, the players [UNKNOWN] and I'm
Working with Derek Jeter and those guys over there and they gave me the opportunity asked me if I wanted to do it.
At first I was like [NOISE] I don't know but then I was like when will I ever get this opportunity again so why not take it and then maybe it was Peyton's last game which it was and to be able to photograph that That's something I can tell my grandkids, hand down the line in a few years, that I was able to get that opportunity, so I took advantage of it.
And then last question, if you kind of thought about it, this is kind of the thinker, if your phone could do anything to make your life easier, one thing.
It could be something magical or not, what would you want your phone to do for you that it couldn't do right Now.>>Oh, wow.>>I know.>>To be honest I wish I could just press a button and it clean my whole house up.
I feel like your phone really can do just about anything already, so it's perfect, you know, outside of doing something off the wall, I think it does everything.
These things already, so you know technology has definitely grown.
Right on well thanks for your time KD.
No problem man.
And yes to the people watching he's taller than me sitting down
[LAUGH] Yes>> While I'm standing up, this is
That's all right.
This is legit, all right?
[LAUGH] All right.
All right, thanks a lot.
Thanks for your time bro.
All right buddy [INAUDIBLE].
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