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Published April 3, 2013
"Nothing got done today. We're in constant talks with them, so hopefully something will break. ... It's certainly frustrating. We want our fans to see the game" – Astros Owner Jim Crane, who described Comcast SportsNet Houston carriage talks as being "at a standstill" (CHRON.com, 4/2).
"Never clap until the guy's done because you may have clapped for a moron without knowing it" – ESPN's Bob Knight, opening his speech at the '13 Response Expo after receiving a standing ovation (SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, 4/3).
"It was shady. There were some things I didn't like at all about that" – NBC's Mike Milbury, on the Flames reportedly reaching a deal to trade RW Jarome Iginla to the Bruins, before eventually trading him to the Penguins (NBCSPORTS.com, 4/2).