SLAM: What keeps you in the game? Is it love for the game, interaction with the players and coaches?
Joey Crawford: The interaction with players and coaches doesn’t have anything to do with it. It’s getting the plays right. It’s trying to beat that recorder, that replay, and I’ve never done it. I’ve still never had a perfect game. In fact, I’ve never had a perfect quarter. So that’s what you’re looking for. You’re looking for perfection and you never get it.
SLAM: It’s like golf — perfection is never attainable so some players settle for setting a bar they can reach where they’d be satisfied. You don’t feel that way?
JC: I don’t think you get satisfied with this. That’s the great thing about it. You don’t get satisfied.