Imagine (OK, dream) for a moment that you're an NBA rookie.
Now picture yourself taking the floor as a teammate with the likes of
OK, nervous yet? Well, it's been an eye-opening experience for
Among the tidbits was this gem: "If you screw up a play, especially a play for Shaq or Dwyane, they'll get mad at you. They look forward to plays getting called for them, especially Shaq. D-Wade can kind of create his own shot if he has to, but Shaq, he gets upset if you mess up on a play for him. He'll joke around with you but he also lets you know that you can't be on the floor if you're going to mess up the team's plays."
No pressure, kid.
So far, though, Cook has played without fear, which is a big reason why he's getting so much playing time in Miami, a rare feat for a rookie on a
All while trying not to screw up Shaq's plays.