Tiki And Tierney Weekly Rewind 8/10-8/14

NANCY LIEBERMAN – 8/10/15
Kings assistant coach

“You guys know this as well as I do: You’ve been taking information from women your whole life. Your mom, your grandma, your sister, your auntie, your wives – we’ve been telling you what to do your whole life, so what’s the difference? Now I’m telling you (how to guard) a screen-roll. What’s the difference?”
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JOE KLECKO – 8/12/15
Former Jet and current SNY analyst

“I don’t know (Smith) that well as a person to comment whether it is cockiness or not. Inside your body, you have to believe that, at least to make it work for yourself. But there comes a time and place where humility – you have to at least learn to spell it. In today’s athlete, you find more cockiness, I think, than confidence. Now again, I don’t know that for sure, and I’m not saying it, but that’s the feeling I get from it.”
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BART SCOTT – 8/12/15
Former Jet and current CBS Sports NFL analyst

“I haven’t been in that locker room in three years, but somebody’s going to have to step up and say, ‘Hey guys, we got to pull this thing all in one direction because we have an opportunity here.’ This team is built to win now. In a coupe years, they’re going to have to make some decisions on some young players and moving forward. And some of the old guys like D’Brickashaw, (Nick) Mangold, David Harris – even (Antonio) Cromartie – those guys keep making their way out. (You need) young leadership now, guys who are wiling to be vocal. Because they’re going to change the nucleus of that team in the upcoming seasons.”
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RYAN BURR – 8/13/15
Golf Channel analyst

“Well, I think we saw what pressure does to Dustin Johnson on the 72nd hole of both here at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits and then at the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. He has a putt to win, a putt to tie and ultimately a three-jack and he walks away with another heartbreaker at a major championship. So DJ is not my pick this week.”
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SHAUN KING – 8/13/15
Yahoo! Sports NFL analyst

“I know people have come to the conclusion that Geno can’t play, but you can make a reasonable argument that during stretches he’s performed at high levels. Now he’s going to get the chance to play with Brandon Marshall, which made Eric Decker better, those two tight ends. Now you’re looking at an offense that if he progressed, he had a chance to have success. I think we know who and what Ryan Fitzpatrick is. I just don’t think he’s good enough to lead the Jets to the playoffs – and that’s not a knock on Ryan, but it is what it is. If he couldn’t produce last year in Houston with Arian Foster, DeAndre Hopkins and Andre Johnson, it’s hard for me to believe you’re going to come to the Jets and make that big of a difference.”
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JARED ALLEN – 8/14/15
Bears linebacker

“And honestly . . . in this locker room, it’s not all on his shoulders. Everybody’s got to step up, everybody’s responsible for commanding a locker room and everybody’s responsible for wins and losses. The quarterback position, yeah, a lot of light shines on it and he shoulders a lot of that responsibility, but I think our team’s got a genuine respect (for him). We respect the way he approaches his job.”
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IAN BAKER-FINCH – 8/14/15
CBS Sports golf analyst

“There’s a whole bunch of guys (in their) mid-30s – Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia, Justin Rose, Bubba Watson – that have won one (major) or, in Sergio’s case, looking for his first. They have to now look at all these (guys in their early 20s) coming through thinking, ‘Wow, these guys, they’re going to start sharing up the majors with me? Not many majors are won post-40 years of age. I better get stuck into this right now.’ So someone like Adam Scott at 35, he has 20 more majors before he turns 40. He better get busy – because with all these kids like Jordan Spieth coming through, it’s not easy anymore. No one won majors before they were late-20s or early 30s in past years. Tiger was exceptional, of course, but now we have Rory McIlroy already with four and Jordan Spieth already with two – and he’s just turned 22. So it’s definitely getting younger. The age now, the best time to play, is probably 25 to 35, whereas in years past, I felt it was more like 30 to 40.”
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