This is the definitive story of Brandon Roy's performance in his teammate's own words (as transcribed by Casey Holdahl).
LaMarcus Aldridge: "... to see him getting his confidence back and to see him get back to rare form tonight, that was pretty big. I wish I had more energy to celebrate with him, but I was about to pass out.”
Patty Mills: "I'm sitting there going 'Whoa, am I in the NBA and am I really witnessing this right now?' That was unbelievable."
Gerald Wallace: "It was amazing. He got into a zone. He went to feeling like he couldn't miss. He put us on his back and carried us."
Andre Miller: "Definitely a team effort until Brandon Roy, he woke up. Hit some tough shots, hit some big shots and just rode him and our defense home in the fourth."
Marcus Camby: "As players and teammates, we never really lost faith in him. We see him more than you guys probably see him. We see him in practice working on his game, working on his craft. All he has been saying is he wants the opportunity to prove himself, which he shouldn't have to because he's been great for this organization ever since Day 1 in this league. ...We never lost faith in him and he's proven why he's one of the better players we have in this league."
Rudy Fernandez: "It's unbelievable. It's amazing see one guy, has four injuries in the knees, both knees, play like that. I think it's impressive. It's unbelievable. It's amazing."
Wesley Matthews: "It's amazing. It's good to see. Beyond being a teammate, just as a friend, it's good to see someone who sacrificed so much, has been through so much in a short period of time, to step up on the biggest stage and come out for his team like he did. ... He knows he can do it, and he just went out there and did it."