''I'm going to remember everything about this game for the rest of my life. I'm sure my parents will give me a tape of it. I'll just have to stop it with four seconds left and act like it ends there.''<br><br>-- Belmont's Alex Renfroe after the 15-seed came close to knocking off two-seed Duke in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.<br><br>Updated: 3/21/08
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''I am scared for myself and my children. He is going to snap.''<br><br>--Kimberly Donaghy, wife of disgraced former NBA ref Tim Donaghy, in explaining why she wants a restraining order against her husband while the couple works out a divorce.
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''I'm not going to retire. I don't think that's going to happen. I'm working out. I'm training. If my phone rings, it rings. If it don't, it don't. I have a cell phone. I have a Blackberry. They work. If something comes up, I'm sure they'll let me know. I'll come back in July if I have to. It depends on the circumstances.'' <br><br>--Barry Bonds to MLB.com.
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`'If everyone's here ..... University of Ohio State.''<br><br> -- Terrelle Pryor, the highly touted western Pennsylvania prep quarterback, in announcing his college choice on March 19.
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"...it's the same story every two weeks. It's just a different guy this time." <br><br>--Embattled Knicks coach Isiah Thomas reacting to reports that the team may hire Indiana Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh.
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''It's not disappointing. It's a hell of a team over there. [The Celtics] outplayed us. I've never seen a defense like that. I mean, if they play defense like that, night in and night out, the NBA is in trouble because that was defense at its finest.'' <br><br>--Houston's Tracy McGrady after the Rockets 22-game win streak was snapped by Boston on March 18.<br><br>
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''It was more like KG [Kevin Garnett] tanked it. I think the other guys still wanted to play. But it sure changed the team and didn't make us [as good].'' <br><br>--Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor, suggesting that Garnett ''tanked it'' when he missed the last five games last year.
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''To us out here on Tour, we understand what he's doing, the magnitude of it. I think true golf fans who understand the game understand the magnitude of it. I think the golf public in general doesn't get it, to be honest with you. Because what he's doing right now, I mean, you can't even hardly fathom it. You can't explain it. It's just incredible. Just what he did today is another evidence of this weird zone he's in, and he's been in it like his whole life. (Laughter) I don't know how to explain it.''<br><br>--Runnerup Bart Bryant after Tiger Woods drained a decisive, big-breaking 24-foot putt on the 18th hole Sunday to tie Ben Hogan with his 64th career PGA Tour victory.
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''I thought I left him enough room. I'm sure somehow it was my fault. I'm sorry I got in his way.''<br><br> -- Tony Stewart after late-race contact with Kevin Harvick sent Stewart's car into the wall at Bristol.
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''It is cool to see us take those globes away from the Europeans once in a while.''<br><br>--Bode Miller after he and Lindsey Vonn won overall World Cup titles for the first American sweep since Phil Mahre and Tamara McKinney 25 years ago.
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''Nobody gave us a chance to win two games in one day. But we did it.''<br><br>-- Georgia center Dave Bliss after the Bulldogs survived a rare doubleheader on Saturday, followed by an improbable SEC tournament title the next day.
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''It was the strangest, greatest moment of my life.''<br><br>--Billy Crystal after taking an at-bat in an exhibition game with the New York Yankees.
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''It's an advantage if you play well. Just because the crowd's cheering for you, I've never had a crowd win a game. I know it sounds wacko.'' <br><br>--North Carolina coach Roy Williams on the tournament draw that would enable a victorious Tar Heel squad to play its first two games in Raleigh and its next two in Charlotte.
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''First, I apologize to Ryan Kesler. Second, to the Vancouver Canucks organization. Third, to the Anaheim Ducks organization, the league and the fans.''<br><br>--Chris Pronger after receiving the longest suspension in his career, eight games without pay for stomping on Kesler's leg.
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''When you get down, up and close, you feel the presence of a player. You can see the presence of a player. You see every little nuance, so I think it's essential to be able to have that feeling about them. Most of the time when you bring them in here for workouts, they won't work out. They won't work out hard. They won't be competitive. So you either go off film or what you saw.'' <br><br>--Pat Riley after taking a three-day trip to evaluate top college players.
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''I wasn't expecting to win at 6 under since last year the winner was at 11 under. I didn't think 6 would make it. I thought my last putt on 18 would make me finish second. So, I was waiting around, didn't really know what to do in the meantime. A lot of things went through my mind, but to be honest, I don't remember what. I don't know if I was hungry, thirsty, [or] what. I was just waiting.''<br><br>Sweden's Louise Friberg after winning at the LPGA's tournament in Mexico last weekend.
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