Every time I make it, every time I shot the ball, I screamed out, “Hibachi!”
I brang out the hibachi against Dallas. That’s when I first started saying it, that I was the “hibachi.”
It was some legal terms with one of my teammates. I had to buy the name from him. Brendan Haywood, he takes all the good names and waits for someone to buy it, so I had to buy the hibachi grill from him.
He’s been saying it, like if somebody did it to us he would be like, “Oh man, you got the hibachi grill tonight.”