BOBBY MARKS – 7/13/15
Former Nets assistant GM

“I don’t know why a free agent wouldn’t want to come to New York to play there. (Anthony) has to be as big a recruiter as Phil Jackson. He needs to be putting stuff in these guys’ ears – how good the organization is, how good is playing in New York, how good the fans are – and I just don’t know if he’s done that so far. . . . They’re kind of back to square one. Not back to the real lean years, but it’s going to take awhile (for them to be contenders). It really is.”
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DEE GORDON – 7/14/15
Marlins second baseman

“It’s not going to happen overnight. That’s the biggest thing with us. We just got to continue to learn how to win. . . . We kind of have (underachieved), but we’re a young group of guys, and I think we’re going to be pretty good for a few years to come.”
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JEFF SKIN WADE – 7/14/15
Dallas 105.3 radio host

“He’ll be very emotional. We’ll see a lot of tweets – negative tweets. I would almost liken it to when Adrian Peterson went off on Twitter for about five hours on a Friday and then showed up to Minnesota Vikings camp on Monday. The reality of it is, Dez will personalize it. It’s not personal. It’s about the way the NFL is structured and the franchise tag and all those things the Cowboys have working for them. They’ve got all the leverage.”
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JIM GAFFIGAN – 7/15/15

“It’s very similar to winning. You can be the best player on a team, but if you’re not winning, it doesn’t really matter. It’s nice to be on an All-Star team, but you want your team to win. That’s a little bit like creative fulfillment.”
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VIRGIL – 7/15/15
Former wrestler

“(They) make you want to come into (famous arenas likes) Madison Square Garden. They make you want to tear them doors down to get in.”
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DANNY WHITE – 7/16/15
Former Cowboys QB

“Well, Rolando McClain ended up having a pretty good year for them. Henry Melton was a bust, and I thought it would be from the beginning, but he’s still doing things like that. All you have to do is look at what he did with Greg Hardy and then drafting guys like Randy Gregory and (signing) La’el Collins. I can’t believe the rest of the league let him get away with that one, but they did. That was a great, great (move) and a great job of getting him signed. Randy Gregory and Greg Hardy, we’re going to have to wait and see. But I think with Sean Lee, that’s going to add some maturity and some leadership to that defense. I think they’re in good shape, but he’s still doing things like that. It’s just that he’s not doing it at key positions and doing it in areas that are going to have a drastic effect one way or the other. I just think he’s listening a lot more to the people around him.”
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KYLE PORTER – 7/16/15
CBS Sports golf writer

“Of all the older American (golfers) of his generation – Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, guys like that – he’s the one they love and revere. You saw this during the Ryder Cup last year. Despite all the arguing within the American camp, there wasn’t a lot of people in Scotland taking the side of Phil Mickelson. All the folks over there, because he’s won the British Open five times, they love his style. They love how tough he is. He’s that old-school type of golfer that (they) really like and love. I think you’ll see that in probably what’s going to be his last round ever at the British Open on Friday.”
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Former NFL head coach

“They love him. He says all the right stuff. I just think if I was his dad, I would (tell him) . . . he’s going to make a ton of money. If you make one more dollar than the next guy, (then) two years down the road someone’s going to get paid more money. That’s the way it works. Is it worth hurting your reputation? I think right now – right now – the fans are getting a little edgy. And I would say don’t do that. It’s going to be a huge deal. Go ahead and enjoy it, sign it, and you’re in your place. If you like living here, you like playing here, that would be my advice to him. But yeah, he’s a franchise quarterback. But can he pass the ball 40 times a game? I’m not sure that’s his game.”
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NOTAH BEGAY – 7/17/15
Golf Channel analyst

“I think it’s going to be difficult for Dustin Johnson to maintain this pace, so I think you might see him fall back a little bit. But those three guys seem to be finding a great groove. But weather is supposed to be pretty ugly again tomorrow. Then it just becomes a little bit of luck, unfortunately, but I think those are the guys to keep your eye on.”
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