From the NY Post:
"Q: The Malice at the Palace.
A: I wrote a book about it, son. I think I’m gonna wait to talk about it. But I wrote a book about that whole experience.
Q: When’s it coming out?
A: I think next summer.
Q: Do you think it affected your reputation?
A: Maybe like 500,000 people still talk about it, or a million people. But the other 6.9 billion people in the world, I think they got other things to worry about, you know — from the economy, to Middle East problems, to starvation in some countries, to girl trafficking in some countries, to gang violence. There’s so many other problems in the world.
Q: But given those same circumstances, would you react the same today?
A: I don’t think about it. There’s nothing to think about.
Q: You want to wait until that book comes out.
A: If that same thing happened today, I don’t think about those situations.
Q: But you lost $5 million right?
A: It was more than that.
Q: What was that period like away from basketball.
A: I just got through it. I prayed the one night. I asked God, “Is this what’s supposed to happen to me?” He said, “Yes, this is the point in your life where this is supposed to happen,” and I just moved on."
More at http://nypost.com/2013/10/06/serbys-...a-world-peace/