Tiki And Tierney Weekly Rewind 5/23-5/27

JIM BREUER – 5/23/16
Comedian

“It doesn’t look like late-night snacking (on) nachos. It looks like something else is going on there. He’s a little thick. I get a little thick whenever I have a little (alcohol). I’m not making accusations, but maybe he should talk to CC (Sabathia). I don’t know. Who knows?”
Entire Story

JAMAL CRAWFORD – 5/24/16
Clippers guard

“I’m in the minority. When guys hit a certain age, they just slow down. But if you look at my numbers, they’re better than they were 10 years ago when I was playing with the Knicks, which is crazy.”
Entire Story

STIPE MIOCIC – 5/24/16
UFC heavyweight champion

“I like to stay close to home. I’m right outside of Cleveland. I saw Manziel once at a baseball game. I’ve seen a couple guys. I’m actually real good friends with (Indians catcher) Yan Gomes. We have dinner. He’s an awesome guy, amazing man. But no, I don’t see too many guys out. I’m not really a downtown guy.”
Entire Story

SEKOU SMITH – 5/25/16
NBA insider

“It was a guy asking LeBron, basically making a statement, about how great of a player you are and how do you assess the way you’re playing right now. What does that have to do with anything? I thought the questions were a little weird, and LeBron has kind of a reflex. When they ask him about himself, he’s quick to point out all of his virtues. Yeah, it’s a strange thing to hear after you’ve lost a second straight game to Toronto after dominating them in the first two games, but I don’t find a whole lot of fault in how LeBron has played. I agree with everybody else who says Kevin Love has to actually make an appearance again in this series.”
Entire Story

ERNIE ACCORSI – 5/25/16
Former Giants GM

“You never really know, but I’ve been lucky enough. I came into the league with Johnny Unitas, so I saw the best at close range, and I learned early that, listen, all the measurables are important, but there’s got to be something inside of them. They have (to have) that great knack of (lifting) a team (and leading in the clutch). I thought Eli had that.”
Entire Story

CAL RIPKEN JR. – 5/26/16
MLB HOFer

“Home-run guy, hits in the middle of the lineup, drives in runs, and his defense and his rocket arm is wonderful to watch. So I love the fact that the young players are being celebrated. My advice (to the young players) would be don’t suppress your personality. You are who you are. Go show that.”
Entire Story

RON DARLING – 5/27/16
Former Mets pitcher

“I’ve never played on a team like that that just really wanted to go out and (dominate you). If they could beat you 15-0, that’s where they were trying to start from. So you had to get on board. Once you got on that train, it took you all different places.”
Entire Story

J.J. JOE – 5/27/16
Baylor radio analyst

“I would never say never because he’s a fantastic football coach, and I’m sure that in due time, he’ll come out and make statements and move on. But I would also say this: Coach Briles, he’s done this for a while. He’s (60 years old). If he walks away, I wouldn’t be surprised. He loves football, so I’m not going to say he’s (definitely done). But if he walked away, I wouldn’t be surprised.”
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