Phil B: You got married in the offseason. Are you a changed man?
Arthur: I was just talking about that. Yeah, I guess I don’t go out as much. I just stay home and play with my kids and my dogs.
Phil B: What’s your wife’s name?
Phil B: How long did Sunny have to press you on this before she got you down the altar?
Arthur: Oh man, since my rookie year. (Laughs.) Not really. She was very patient. She took her time. She said when I felt comfortable and I was ready to jump the broom, that’s what we did.
Phil B: Jump the broom? Or jump two brooms?
Arthur: Something like that. It’s one of those terms.
Phil B: Where was the ceremony?
Arthur: On campus at Syracuse University, where I went to college at, Hendricks Chapel, it’s a nice chapel on campus. She’s from Syracuse.
Phil B: Were you nervous?
Arthur: I was extremely nervous. It’s one of the most nerve-wracking things ever. I just wanted it to be perfect. Everyone was watching.
Phil B: Do you feel different? Everyone says how much it changes your life.
Arthur: Yeah, it does. For me, I felt like I’ve already been there. We’ve been together for so long. It’s a little different. I feel like it’s more for the woman. It feels good to call her my wife instead of my fiancee or the kids’ mother.
Phil B: She’s the boss at home?
Arthur: Absolutely, hands down, she’s the boss.
Phil B: You don’t mind that?
Arthur: I don’t mind that.
Phil B: She’s looking out for you.
Phil B: So you’re a happy man?
Arthur: Oh yeah, definitely. Things couldn’t be happier right now.
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