JARED ZWERLING – 2/16/15
Bleacher Report and NBA-TV analyst

“So what really struck my interest was just he’s very different off the court. Just seeing him smile and engage in conversation – long conversation – (was not something we’re used to seeing). In basketball, he can be a little shorter with the answers he gives. Sometimes he looks away. He looks disinterested.”
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DANE BRUGLER – 2/17/15
CBS Sports senior NFL Draft analyst

“We don’t know if some of these top quarterbacks are going to throw. Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota – the top two quarterbacks in this class – they haven’t announced whether or not they will throw.”
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MATT MOORE – 2/18/15
CBS Sports NBA writer

“Well after tonight, I think you have to conclude that the Suns are going to be amongst those making a deal. Goran Dragic has informed them that he’s not going to re-sign, so they’re up against a real wall with him with free agency, so they’re likely to make a move with him.”
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GARY PARRISH – 2/19/15
CBSSports.com college basketball columnist

“Tyus Jones was terrific at the end of regulation. “But the truth is, I don’t care how god the other team is. If you’re up nine with 2:30 to play and seven with (less than two minutes to go), you’re supposed to win that game, whether you’re playing Duke or Duquesne, whether you’re playing in Cameron Indoor or anywhere else. This is one that, quite simply, North Carolina let get away from them.”
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ALEX KILLORN – 2/19/15
Lightning left winger

“The score wasn’t the score we wanted, but I think we were playing well. We were pretty positive and confident going into the second period. I think we had a lot more shots in the second period, which really helped. We were lucky a few of them actually went in.”
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SEKOU SMITH – 2/20/15
NBA.com writer

“Some great work by Sam Presti, once again showing off his chops as a GM. There are a bunch of guys around the league who need to ask for his scratch pad so they can figure out how to do this kind of stuff.”
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CATO JUNE – 2/20/15
Former NFL linebacker and defensive back

“I think they’re all equally important. You always say you only need one GM to like you, one coach to like you. But you don’t know which one (might). They all know that you can obviously play and you might fit their scheme, but there are other intangibles that they’re looking for. How do you do in the interview process? How do you carry yourself around the combine? What are the extra curricular things they do? So you never know what’s the most important thing to that particular organization.”
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