Who taught NBA stars how to behave for the first time?

When Owen started his career, Calderon was playing for the Raptors, averaging 8.9 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 5.8 assists in his 14-year career. 

Wade mentioned Baron Davis as his toughest opponent, known for the "We Believe" upset. 

Davis, a 6'3" guard, averaged 22.9 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 7.5 assists when Wade entered the league. Jimmy Butler admired Kevin Durant, who was already an All-Star and scoring champion. 

Durant struggled against Carmelo Anthony, known for his offensive versatility. Kyle Lowry mentioned Allen Iverson as his toughest competitor, acknowledging his dominance. 

Iverson, in turn, praised Kevin Johnson for his game in 1996-1997. Kemba Walker was educated by Deron Williams, a top guard of that time. 

Patrick Beverley claimed he couldn't remember his toughest opponent, possibly due to his fearless character. In the NBA, players learn from those who surpass them, and eventually, they can enlighten others.