Danny Fortson
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"Daniel Anthony Fortson" is an American former professional basketball player. He played power forward (basketball)/power forward/Center (basketball)/center in the National Basketball Association/NBA from 1997 to 2007.

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Just because he is Stu Jackson and all that, maybe I am supposed to be scared and not speak my mind. But if I see something that is wrong, and I feel wronged, I am going to speak my mind. As simple as that.

In Dallas, people do their own thing in their own little space, and everyone just runs on the court right before practice starts. You can't criticize because it's been working for them. But us guys here, we don't need that. We talk a lot here in this locker room. It feels like you're gritting it out around here.

Getting stops. That's the thing. Talk on defense. Get each other's backs. Once we get that, we can go on a five-game win streak.

I am not going to let Stu Jackson gangster me out of money for something that wasn't even properly investigated. I don't know what I am going to do yet, but I am going to do something. I am not going to sit there and let him strong-arm me.

The bench finally gave Bob the answers he wanted tonight. Everybody had a big night — Reggie, Damien and Ronald. This is what a bench is supposed to do.

I've been through this before in Golden State, and that situation went south really quick. So far, this is nothing like that.

If you are going to be in that type of position, you better even things out. All men are created equal. In the United States, you are equal. Is the NBA a communist bloc? Or is this an equal democracy? He needs to figure that one out. And if he doesn't, I'm going to make it a democracy.

To get thrown out during a timeout, I didn't think that was possible. We were getting ready to go on our run. If he does that [calls a foul on a swatting Minnesota player], we would be in overtime right now. He killed our run.

I'm not having surgery. I'm too old to go under the knife. I'd retire before I do that.