KURT HELIN – 6/8/15
NBC Sports ProBasketballTalk analyst

“That game comes with flair and fun ball movement, but they make some odd decisions at times and they turn the ball over at times because of that aggressiveness. They need a night where those mistakes don’t happen, where those riskier passes pay off for them.”
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Former NHL goalie and current NHL Network analyst

“And even in tonight’s game, I believe Patrick Kane had three shots. Toews had four. I’d be more concerned if they weren’t getting good looks at the net. I think they’re going to find the back of the net through the law of averages. Where I’m concerned is if they’re not getting scoring chances and they’re not getting to the middle of the ice. Patrick Kane is a guy who creates something out of nothing. Jonathan Toews gets to the middle of the ice. He fights for every inch on the ice that he does receive. I think it’s just a matter of time for them, but you have to give full marks to the defensive core of the Tampa Bay Lightning.”
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MARC SPEARS – 6/10/15
Yahoo! Sports NBA insider

“It’s first one to four. There didn’t seem to be any urgency from him or the rest of the team. I was in the locker room and it was quiet, but it wasn’t like depression – which you would think a home Finals loss would give you that. I think now they’ve finally woken up and realized how tough it is now. They haven’t been tested a lot this season. They did learn from the Memphis series, and they won three in a row after they were down 2-1. I do think they still have the talent to do it, but it’s a lot harder when you’re going against LeBron James.”
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NICK BOYNTON – 6/11/15
Former NHL player and current Coyotes analyst

“I’m sure he wants to obviously score, but in the end, hockey’s a team game. Just because you’re a great player, if you don’t score a goal, it doesn’t matter as long as your team wins. They put a lot of pressure on themselves. It’s funny. Both those guys – Kane and Toews – they do a lot of different things there to help the team win and obviously they want to score. But at the end of the day, the Stanley Cup’s worth a lot more to them than scoring goals. If they can help their team win, guys like Saad – he’s been unbelievable coming up with big goals at big times. So yes, they want to score, and yes, there’s a lot of pressure there. But as long as the team wins the game and as long as they win two more games, I’m sure they won’t care if they score again in this series.”
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CSN Bay Area Warriors TV announcer

“I don’t think Cleveland’s ever going to be in a position where they just single-cover Steph, but you saw at the end of the quarter, he just abused Dellavedova and went right around him and laid it in. If you single-cover Steph Curry, there’s nobody on the Cavs that can guard him. That’s why David Blatt is smartly sending so many extra bodies.”
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