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TV Timeout: Buffalo Soldier
April 14, 2014 02:57 PM
ESPN’s Mike Greenberg said, “There would be nothing worse than moving the Bills out of western New York. That would be horrible. … For the people there, the significance of that team to that area, I know it’s not exactly the same thing, but if you move the Packers out of Green Bay, part of the flavor of the NFL is being in these cities” (“Mike & Mike,” ESPN Radio, 4/14).
MOTOWN MOTOR: NBA TV's Brent Barry said of Joe Dumars taking an advisory role with the franchise, "Even though he's taking this new role, they're smart enough to know you just don’t let good people go" ("NBA Gametime," NBA TV, 4/13).
CHERRY PICKING: The CBC's Don Cherry said the Maple Leafs naming Brendan Shanahan team President was a "great move" because MLSE President & CEO Tim Leiweke "knows soccer, he knows basketball, but he's only a fan of hockey” ("HNIC," NHL Network, 4/12).