On watching TV
"I'm watching the [George Zimmerman] trial heavy right now. I was just looking at the news and like it's strange how you can see everyone's agenda... CNN is almost like TMZ. Certain things it's like, Aw man this is really just entertainment. It's really all for ratings. And you squeeze a bit of information in there... [Sports], that's the only thing that's real. The outcome of that is real. Although people want to believe that it's fixed. That's the real reality show."
On his stake in the Brooklyn Nets
"Everyone may try to trivialize my whole involvement in the Nets to a percentage. Okay, which one is it? Am I all about money or do I... It's difficult to keep up with."
On living without money
"I don't need money... I think success is just being able to do what you want to do no your terms."
On Miley Cyrus
"[She's] just being herself, expressing herself. I think [her behavior is] more a reaction to people wanting her to be Hannah Montana. I'm just watching the situation. People want her to be something and she's like, 'I'm not that... You want me to be 6 years old forever?' That must be frustrating. And this is her reaction to it."
On the Yeezus album
"I love it. It's polarizing because it's art. That's what art is. It forces you to have an opinion. What's good for the genre is it pushes you forward... It's needed."
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