Jeanie Buss - I love her with all my heart. I'd take my heart out and give it to her. That's how ill she is. I love that lady.
When I get on the basketball court, there's not too many things I can't do.
I drink life's happy water, which is bottled at the divine source.
I love the Chinese people.
I got so used to using chopsticks that using a fork and knife is weird.
From what I hear, dogfighting is a sport. It's just behind closed doors.
I'm going to set up a foundation for the world. I'm going to take the money and start building cities all over the world. I'm a comet.
I've been defending myself since I left Minnesota. Because I didn't comply to what they wanted, then it was like, 'Oh, I'm selfish. I'm this. I'm that.' I'm like, 'How can that be? You were just about to give me $71 million! Who gives someone $71 million, and they're selfish, and they're jealous of Kevin Garnett and all of this stupid stuff?'
The 'New York Daily News' called me the most reviled athlete ever in sports history in New York. I don't listen to them.
You've just got to win in China - that's it. Winning is like good deodorant. When you don't win, it's like you stink; you smell.
My heart is filled with love for my new extended family - the billion-plus people in China who have shown me nothing but unconditional love.
Going to a foreign country, winning championships, having a statue, getting a green card, the key to the city, a museum - that's not something I can say I could ever see happening.
I think it's tough that we build Michael Vick up, and then we break him down. I think he's one of the superb athletes, and he's a good human being.
I still want to see the Knicks do well; I do. I promise I do. That's my team. After all the stuff that happened, people say to me, 'You still like the Knicks?' Well, that's just the way it is. That's what happens when you're a kid. Your team is your team, and everything is die-hard.
Me playing for the Knicks is not realistic.
My favorite point guard, growing up, was Magic Johnson. The reason why I say that is he was a winner, and he did everything in his power to make his teammates better. That's what the game is all about as a point guard.
I always watched Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson, and I said I could be playing on the court with them.
Making a difference has always been most important to Starbury because it takes lots of care and thought to do so.
I look at a guy like The Rock - how he started with his natural ability in sports but gravitated into Hollywood - as a model for what's possible.
I would say my hardest opponent that I have to face has to be probably Rod Strickland. He's very strong. He's a guy who gets to the basket, and when his jump shot is on, it's really hard to stop him.