Despite being the No. 41 overall pick in the 2019 draft, Warriors forward Eric Paschall might just be the front-runner for NBA Rookie of the Year.
The 22-year-old is averaging 17.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game while shooting just under 51 percent from the field.
But when he's not working on his game, what's he up to?
"I'm on Instagram, or I'm on Twitter, or looking at memes, or on Youtube just watching anything, or just playing video games," Paschall recently told Warriors radio play-by-play man Tim Roye. "I'm a really simple guy. Or I'm watching Netflix."
And how is the New York native adjusting to life in the Bay Area?
"One thing I definitely like about it is the weather -- it's not too cold," he said. "I've realized everybody is a lot nicer out here. Everybody says hello. I remember in my apartment building, people were just like, 'How was your day?'
"I'm like whoa. This is weird for me, especially (being) from the East Coast because everybody is so uptight. But it's really cool. I like the Bay a lot in terms of the atmosphere.
"The support the Warriors get -- it's all over the place. I like the Bay."
Well said, rook. When it isn't snowing and/or freezing cold, people tend to be in a better mood.
While Paschall seems to have found a rhythm and is comfortable in his NBA routine, his parents still are figuring things out.
"It's wild now because I've had a few good games and now for them, they're getting a lot of attention back at home," the Villanova product explained. "Everybody knows who my parents are.
"They get questions. They kind of don't even have their own identity. (People) say, 'Oh, that's Eric's dad, Eric's mom.' That's something that they're getting used to.
"But they're enjoying it. They're super proud of me, just seeing how I'm becoming a man and a basketball player."
They should be very proud.
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