Sport Who said what in sport this weekend
Joakim Noah, here are the ones who helped make him an NBA champion
© ICON SPORT Joakim Noah, here are those who helped make him an NBA champion A key French figure in the NBA, the son of Yannick Noah took a forced retirement last December. The one who blows his 36th candle this Thursday, February 25, has also been built thanks to the love and support of the women around him.
Who said what in sport this weekend:
"He was told in no uncertain terms that he has got to respect the game a little more. He's got to lose a bit of weight and work hard on his keeping. We know the talent he has and he has responded. He has worked like hell for the last few months and the results are here to see."
-- India cricket coach Ravi Shastri on new superstar Rishabh Pant who hit 101, took two catches and made two stumpings in India's innings and 25 runs win over England in the fourth and final Test in Ahmedabad.
The NBA is trying to prevent partying at All-Star Weekend and all signs say they are going to fail miserably
The NBA won't have fans at the All-Star Game or be hosting any fan events, but people are still heading to Atlanta to prepare to party.The NBA is going forward with its All-Star Game and skills competition, despite player objections, but will be holding the event without fans or public events during the weekend due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Players will be flying in on private planes and under strict quarantine rules.
"We would be stupid to come away from this trip and say: 'Oh it was India, it was extreme conditions, the ball was spinning, it was skidding, it was impossible to bat'. That is the wrong attitude."
-- England skipper Joe Root after the 3-1 series loss.
"It would be a masterpiece to find out how we change that overnight."
-- Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp after their sixth successive defeat at Anfield, 1-0 to relegation-threatened Fulham.
"I know it's on the rare side for a 40-year-old to come back after a year out. The important thing is I'm pain free and injury free. I'm very happy to be back playing a tournament -- I never thought it was going to take this long."
-- Roger Federer in Doha where he returns to action after more than a year on the sidelines.
Bose Sport Open Earbuds Review: Active Earbuds Almost Perfected
The Bose Sport Open Earbuds elegantly marry the desire for high-quality audio with the need for awareness while exercising.Across the spectrum, Bose Sport Open Earbuds encompass the essentials. The Bose Sport Earbuds are traditional earbuds that use rubber wingtips to stay put. Bose Frames Tempo go to the other extreme and put speakers in the stems of sporty sunglasses to keep your ears free while staying in place. Settling somewhere in the middle are these new Open Earbuds, which hook over your ears but don't go in.
"It is the way we play and the way we want to play. We have to know the risk and the rules for the way we want to play. It is what it is."
-- Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta after midfielder Granit Xhaka tried to pass the ball out of his own six-yard box instead of clearing it and his miscued effort bounced off Burnley striker Chris Wood into the Arsenal net in Saturday's 1-1 draw.
"The quality is certainly there, that's our DNA."
-- Thomas Mueller of Bayern Munich after the German champions fought back from 2-0 down to defeat Borussia Dortmund 4-2 in the Bundesliga.
"Today we did almost everything perfect."
-- Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes after the 2-0 win over Manchester City ended the Premier League leaders' 21-game wining run.
Longtime NASCAR Driver Admits He Was ‘Floored’ By Confederate Ban .
Longtime NASCAR driver Bill Lester, 60, has seen a lot over his years in the sport. Lester, who hasn’t raced in a NASCAR event in 14 years, recently admitted that he was “floored” by the sport’s decision to ban the confederate flag – floored in a good way. The longtime NASCAR driver thanked Bubba Wallace […] The post Longtime NASCAR Driver Admits He Was ‘Floored’ By Confederate Ban appeared first on The Spun.