Jackson Doesn't Regret Trade Request, 2004 Brawl
Stephen Jackson doesn't regret asking the Warriors for a trade.
"What I said is how I feel, point-blank. That's not going to change," Jackson told the media on Monday.
Jackson is unhappy with the team's decline after breaking their 13-season playoff drought back in 2007.
"Don't ask me questions I already answered," he fired at reporters. "I feel the same way I felt last time. Y'all know I got fined, so don't ask me the questions if you don't want me to get fined. Kobe [Bryant] said the same thing two years ago and didn't get a fine, but we're not going to beat a dead horse. They know they're wrong. But I can't beat the NBA so I've got to roll with it."
Jackson extended his lack of regret to 2004's brawl between the Pacers and Pistons in Detroit.
"I don't have a regret about anything I've done. I don't have a regret about going in the stands with Ron Artest," he added. "I say what I want to say when I feel like it, regardless of what the consequence is. That's just always been me."