I spent a lot of time doing things other people wanted me to do, so I'm doing what I want to do now.
It takes people a while to trust you.
Some people might not like him because he's my son. But be respectful, go out there and enjoy the game.
Sometimes, you follow your dreams. I say to the young people, 'If you have a dream, chase it.
Everything I've been through, everything I'm about to go through in my career and my life, if my family wasn't with me and didn't support me, it would be really tough.
I have my life on a track that I want it on, and I don't want to get off.
You work for whatever you get in life.
If I could have come in for 0m, I would have done that. I've been pretty smart with my money. I'm playing because I want to play this game here - I want the opportunity.
At some point in time I will be honored if I would be mentioned as a coach.
I just think we want to stay healthy, and I don't think we think about a sense of urgency. We realize how old we are, we realize we've been playing this game for a long time, but you know what? We're not done yet.
I don't know what my label is. I just think of myself as a plain forward. I like to think I have some finesse to my game, but inside the paint is where men are made. If you can't play there, you should be home with your mama.
I never felt I had the kind of relationship with Magic that I could just pick up the phone and call him at home.
I think we're a deeper team, a better team, we still have work to do... nothing is guaranteed, but hopefully we got the mentality to play on the road, and we're starting to get our home thing back in order now-if we can do that we'll be just fine.
I have many friends and family members who have served (or are currently serving) in our nation's Armed Forces. I have such a profound respect for what they do day in and day out.
Even though I left for a year, I grew here as a Jazz man. If I'm fortunate enough to go into the Hall of Fame, I will go as a Jazz man.