MATT STONIE – 7/6/15
Winner of Hot Dog Eating Contest

“I’m practicing (and) training throughout the year. If I get the chance to just sit down and enjoy a single hot dog in a sitting, that’s a good day for me.”
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U.S. Army Corporal

“I had a guy (approach me) who was missing most of his legs, Christian Bagge, who has become a pretty good friend. He came into my hospital room and suggested we get out and go do something just to get me out of the room.”
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Former rapper

“Quite a few times. One thing about me, I always was picky about who I slept with, but there has been a couple times (where the woman remembered me and I didn’t remember her). I’m like, ‘Oh, okay, I think I (remember).’ But I don’t remember.”
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Fox Sports MLB analyst

“And then all of a sudden it went from ‘I hope’ to ‘We need.’ They’re going to continue to need production from him to keep up in their division because you see the weaponry they have in Toronto and Baltimore. The balls are flying. Even Boston being in last place, they’re only six games out. So they’re still in striking distance. It’s going to be a fun division. I hope he keeps it up.”
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UFC fighter

“They’ll always say something. I talk to the talk, but here I am walking the walk. You know, 99.9 percent of (others) would have pulled out of this contest and set in the wings and waited their turn. They would have waited for Jose to heal up and return, but not me. I step in and I fight. I was prepared to fight at any weight. They can say what they want. They can say I’m all talk, but here I am walking.”
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BEN BOLCH – 7/9/15
LA Times Clippers writer

“I’ve heard that sentiment quite a bit, and I’m not sure I agree with it. Doc Rivers has been DeAndre Jordan’s biggest proponent all season long and has been pitching him for Defensive Player of the Year. When the season ended, he said that re-signing DeAndre was a top priority. He said they were going to give him max money.”
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BOBBY MARKS – 7/9/15
Former Nets assistant GM

“He’s basically accomplished everything he wanted in college. When is the (right) time (to go to the NBA)? I don’t know. When will (he have) that opportunity? I don’t know. But I know that it still burns at him. It left a sour taste in his mouth what happened with the Nets back in ’99. I would say if you asked me, yes, he would be more inclined to be back in the NBA than to be in college. I just don’t know when that time is going to be.”
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