RA: I try when I'm alone in the shower. But when I'm out in public, I won't sing a Michael Jackson song. That's my daughter's favorite artist—she's only six.
DP: Your daughter probably has a better chance of hitting those high notes than you.
RA: Yeah, a much better chance.
DP: What about wearing a sequined glove during warmups?
RA: Oh, man, that would be cool. I don't think Mr. Stern would allow that.
DP: Did you seriously consider playing in Greece this season?
RA: That was one of my first options. I really wanted to go. I was in Greece about seven years ago, I've got a couple friends out there, I like the culture, and I kind of grew attached to Greece.
DP: Can't you go there on vacation and still play in the NBA?
RA: Yeah, but basketball is so global now, and it would be cool to play [there]. My top teams were Greece, Detroit and, of course, Houston. I didn't think L.A. wanted me. And I was waiting for [Pacers president] Larry Bird to call. I still love Larry.
DP: You were looking at Detroit?