I went down and played with Magic Johnson at his all-star game in Atlanta. I remember Magic stopped the game and said, 'We need you here with us in L.A.
I want to be here, for my family. I want to be here for my baby. I want to see the birth of my baby.
If I had to think of what I would do different in my whole career, it's that I never would have picked up a beer, bottle of vodka. That definitely changed my life. That is an Achilles' heel for me.
I don't think there is a person who loves the Nets as much as I do - from our fans, all the employees in the arenas, the front office personnel and the owners. I will always be loyal to our fans and the Nets.
That's what prison did for me, it isolated me, you know, it polished me up like a stone.
If it wasn't for prison, I was in a bad way.
I'll say life is simpler.
I want to see the birth of my baby. Hopefully it's a boy. He can play for St. John's.
I think no athlete wants to end his career on an injury.
I lost my way for a long time.
I could have been better. That's my goal now, to be better.
I always relate respectfully with blue-collar people.
Every day people say you got to move on with your life. You have to move on. And you just can't.
Alcohol is the cause of all my problems.
I will never be able to move on as much as people would like me to.
I give God all the glory. And try to move on. Come home and hug my wife and my children. And thank God for every day that I have with my family.
People say, 'Jay, you're a great guy, you just had a couple of bad nights.' People that have themselves under control don't have a couple of bad nights like that. Plain and simple.
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