I just turned 41, and while I don’t feel like I need to win everybody over, I do think it’s necessary to set some things straight.
Pat and I talked about the transition of me becoming the head coach quite a bit. But the truth is ... she was planning on being here forever. I was planning on it, too.
I saw the blood on the ice, but I didn’t know my face was caved in.
For 85 days I put my heart and soul into Swansea City. I failed. But to get anywhere in life you must experience failure. I remain proud and strong.
After 18 months of reading stories about your death, our family has decided to focus on something else: your life.
I’ve been looking forward to getting to a college campus for a looooong time — probably since I got that scholarship offer way back in eighth grade.
I'm announcing my retirement from the NBA. Staying true to myself, I made this mildly humorous video.
When my teammates and I are just chilling in the dorms, playing FIFA, Madden or NBA 2K, all we talk about is going to the Dance this March. Honestly, I get chills every time I think about it.
It’s been really nice to be able to draw on my Olympic experience in my day-to-day life. But there’s still a bunch of stuff that being in the Olympics can’t help you out with. Cooking breakfast, for example.
Looking back to where we started, and where we're at now, it's amazing how far we've come. Once a King always a King.
My entire life changed during a luau.
When I visited Coach Wooden at his home in Encino, Calif., I sort of expected it would be like the legend himself: Larger than life. Maybe it’d have a full-size basketball court, a statue of Kareem and an Olympic swimming…