Never in my wildest dreams did I think the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games would end like that for England’s 3x3 teams.
I knew we could achieve something great, but for my team to win gold and for the women's team to win silver at a home Games, in the inaugural 3x3 competition and in front of our friends and families, plus millions watching at home, is Hollywood!
It's incredible. I'm still trying to figure out the words to put it together.
Life’s all about moments, so when Australia’s Daniel Johnson’s two-pointer rolled inside the rim I was ready to take the loss on the chin.
Then Orlan Jackman tipped me the rebound and I paused before I took my shot.
In that moment, I felt confident in my ability to win gold for England, for my brothers on the court: Orlan, Jamell and Kayne and to make my city proud.
I didn’t realise the seismic reaction that game winner would have for basketball in this country.
I'm going to carry this moment with me for the rest of my life. It was a two-year process; we worked so hard as a four in the two months prior to competition.
We beat Australia, one of the best teams around, after such a short time together. Just imagine what we can do if we can push this now.
We received mainstream and regional news coverage, across TV, radio and print, as well as hundreds of thousands of interactions with fans via social media – people who knew nothing about basketball, nor its popularity in this country, were reaching out to us to tell us how much they enjoyed watching us play and about their newfound interest in basketball.