JASON COLE – 7/6/15
Bleacher Report NFL insider

“Because we’re still talking about a seven-year, $100 million deal. That was the deal that was out there on the table a year ago for Dez. So he’s waited a year, changed agents, tried to complain and even threaten the Cowboys – and the Cowboys are just sitting there standing pat knowing Dez is going to take the deal.”
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NBA.com writer

“The Spurs had to get rid of a good part of their bench in order to get LaMarcus Aldridge. So if you’re saying you’re going to rest these guys, who’s going to be on the floor for them?”
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Bleacher Report MLB writer

“That’s an 88-win pace. Someone is going to outdo that in the second half, and someone will outdo it by quite a bit. Now it might be the Yankees who do it. The Red Sox obviously have to outdo it by quite a bit to come back. But what that tells you is nobody is running away with it.”
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Boston Globe NBA writer

“I think he’ll be a good addition for them, (but) a lot of Celtics fans were not pleased because they didn’t get that impact player. They really wanted Justise Winslow. They wanted a guy that people had heard of. So when you look at Terry Rozier, he’s not a guy that most casual basketball fans have hard of. They wanted (Jahlil) Okafor, they wanted (Karl-Anthony) Towns. They wanted a guy who they’ve heard of. Rozier is going to have to prove himself. He’s going to have to endear himself to the Celtics faithful.”
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LA Times columnist

“Where else are you going to get a guy that can pull down that many rebounds for you every game? I think he’s a good guy. I’ve always had good dealings with him. I think he really just started to have second thoughts. The Clippers are the only team he’s every played for. They had a pretty good thing going for a while here. Maybe he just needs some pats on the back and some reassurances that hey, he really was wanted here. And obviously that worked.”
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DAVID DUSEK – 7/8/15
Golfweek Magazine senior writer

“But if Jordan Spieth is in contention into the weekend, the TV (people) and the sponsors and all those people will be thrilled. There are some other players who could potentially fill that void. Obviously the chief among them is going to be Jordan Spieth. If Jordan Spieth is playing well, that’s going to be great. Going for three legs of the grand slam would be absolutely amazing, especially at that venue. I think if there’s any place that can withstand Rory’s withdraw, St. Andrews is one of them and Augusta National would be the other.”
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