Boxing legend

“I just laid there in bed, man, and (thought) about all the things that we did. That’s all. Then I got up and I said (to my wife), ‘Did you hear about Ali?’ She said yeah. She didn’t want to wake me up.”
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Boxing legend

“I tried to finish him off in the third round, and the bell (rung) and he looked at me and said, ‘I made it.’ Boy, things got rough then. That was the toughest man I’ve ever been in the ring with.”
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NBA free agent guard

“I’m like you on social media. I like to interact with the fans. Usually a lot of players are private about their free agency. I’m not really private when it comes to that. I’m also not Kevin Durant, so it’s a little bit different. But overall, I like to have fun. It’s a good time to be a free agent. It’s exciting.”
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Clippers guard

“After awhile, people are like, ‘Okay, we’ve seen this before. Whether it was their fault or not, we’re kind of tired of seeing them reach the second round and not do anything more.’ I understand that point of view. But I think chemistry is underrated. Teams search for it. When you have that, you hold on to that and know that you’re not that far away.”
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Former MLB All-Star pitcher

“That was mind-boggling to me, that answer right there. You don’t leave that on your pitcher. I’ve never been a big proponent of (Yost). His players obviously love him. I don’t think he’s been a great manager, but that’s a horrible a way to leave your pitcher hanging out there. Let’s be clear. If I was both of those guys in that situation, I would have drilled him in the next at-bat, like he did, and I would have charged the mound like Machado did.”
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Dodgers manager

“Obviously he’s a tremendous athlete and tremendous competitor, but to see him on the day-to-day is really special. I don’t know where we’d be without him. The days that he pitches, those are must-win games. There’s many games where he’s just really carried us. That’s what superstars do.”
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KEN BERGER – 6/9/16 NBA insider

“I think part of the defensive presence that the Cavs had and their ability to control the game from that standpoint had to do with having Richard Jefferson on the floor against the Warriors’ starters, instead of Kevin Love. I was told by someone on the Warriors’ side that they made a point on pick-and-roll switches every single time to find Kevin Love and attack him, and they weren’t able to do that when he wasn’t on the floor.”
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JAMES BLAKE – 6/9/16
Former tennis great

“So, to me, that says you knew what you were doing was wrong. You knew they couldn’t catch you before because it wasn’t legal and now maybe you just didn’t know that you were going to get caught, but you didn’t want to write down that you were taking it. When I took those tests, I would write down that I took vitamin C, that I took an Advil – something as simple and benign as that because you want to disclose everything you’re taking, just in case something is ever illegal. You want to let them know everything you took, and if she’s not letting them know, then to me, that means she had an idea of what she was doing.”
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