Davis: I was moving on, new city, new career, then Nova’s book comes out.
Charley: Your problems aren’t about Nova. You took a job at a university where employees are held to a higher standard than NBA after parties.
Davis: Whatever it is, I don’t like it.
Charley: It’s called equal treatment, Davis. It feels like oppression to you because you’re used to privilege.


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Davis: I was moving on, new city, new career, then Nova’s book comes out.
Charley: Your problems aren’t about Nova. You took a job at a university where employees are held to a higher standard than NBA after parties.
Davis: Whatever it is, I don’t like it.
Charley: It’s called equal treatment, Davis. It feels like oppression to you because you’re used to privilege.

My mother taught me to believe in what’s good. That when people say it’s too good to be true, they’re wrong.

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