Everybody always thinks the grass is always greener.
Pat Riley, Dave Checketts and Ernie Grunfeld - they brought the Knicks back to the glory days. It started with Rick Pitino. We took our first step with him, making the playoffs. When Pat came in we just kicked the door open.
Brooklyn, it's a great town, a great city. It's New York.
New York is a passionate city. They want a winner. They deserve a winner. I think we did an outstanding job of bringing it back.
If I want to average 32 points a game, I can do that easily. It's just eight, eight, eight, eight. No problem. I can do that anytime. That's not being cocky. That's confidence.
I never knew what basketball was. I started playing on the playground. People used to laugh at me and joke at me because I was so tall and I didn't know the game and couldn't play it.
I've been to the Hall of Fame many times, in grade school and high school. I had field trips to the Hall of Fame and taking tours of it. I just never thought about that one day I possibly might be in it. I think it'd be great.
People think that just because you're a center, you're not as smart as the guards or the smaller guys.
I'm just like any person who is coaching in this league, I'm just looking for an opportunity, that's all.
Every parent wants to see their kids excel.
Amare, Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups - they're virtually unstoppable.
I wish I had stayed and finished my career here in New York.
Whenever my body heals and the pain and all the swelling goes away is when I'll be ready.
Most of the fans will still be Knick fans.
This means a lot. I'm being recognized for all the blood, sweat and tears I put into a 17-year career.
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