An Interview with the Boston Celtics’ Marquis Daniels

August 10th, 2010 by David Acosta Leave a reply »


Crushing stereotypes, Marquis Daniels is the first NBA player to have legitimate talent on the mic. Daniels, who records under the name Q6, is really a breath of fresh air in the studio.

Having already dished out a couple of mixtapes, Q6 has the rap game on strings.

But all that is just for fun.

On the court, Daniels is an instant asset to whatever team he's on. Off the court, he has his own foundation, set on bringing attention to a blood disorder that has hit too close to home.

He's quite the busy man as you'll soon learn. And to think, he still took the time to answer a couple of questions for about his success in the NBA, music industry, and life in general.

1.) Would you say that if Perk hadn’t gone down, you guys would have had that game locked up? Be honest.

"It may have made a huge difference but it's said and done."


2.) What were some of the things said in that locker room after Game Seven? What stuck in your mind the most?

"Really wasn't much talking, everyone was up ...

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