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Published January 17, 2013
"I just don’t know why anybody would want to come out and watch a match with 106-degree maximum (temperature). Even as a spectator you got to keep drinking that water and stay hydrated" – ESPN’s Chris Evert, on a fan passing out from heat stroke in the stands at the Australian Open (ESPN2, 1/17).
"Anytime you get a chance to play in front of a new audience, new fans, new people, you’re really excited because you want to show your game … and you want to bring a new fan base into your hometown" – NBA TV's Isiah Thomas, on today's Knicks-Pistons Game in London (“Pistons-Knicks,” NBA TV, 1/17).