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AT&T Presents: Listen 2 Learn! Spike Lee

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The Hollywood powerhouse, who famously makes his home in Brooklyn, N.Y., and whose 40 Acres & a Mule Filmworks has produced more than 35 flicks since 1985, reveals how he felt that the New York Knicks failed to snatch up NBA superstar LeBron James. “I was not disappointed. Because, if somebody doesn’t want to be here, then you don’t want’em. But I will go to my grave thinking they concocted this thing two years ago. This thing was rigged, and they made it work. So I have to give them credit,” Spike Lee tells The Knicks Blog host Anthony Donahue. But my grandmother, who put me through film school—she lived to be 100 years old—she used to say to me, ‘Spikey, be careful what you wish for.’ And I don’t think there’s a more appropriate saying when you look at the Miami Heat now.”