LeBron James had something new to boast about this week.
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"We're in the White House right now. This is like, 'Hey, Mama, I made it'."
Miami Heat star LeBron James confuses meeting the president with being the president.
"If this fight was about who talks the most then, yeah, Anthony wins."
Fortunately it wasn't and Daniel Geale was able to take a unanimous points victory on Wednesday night.
"I don't really live on numbers. I really live on impact and what you're able to do out on the field. I really think I'm the greatest receiver to ever play this game."
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss gives his best Anthony Mundine impersonation ahead of next week's Super Bowl.
"I simply cannot work in an environment which otherwise lacks trust."
John Kosmina explains his reasons for walking out on Adelaide United this week.
"The priority for me now is to enjoy this victory. In life, you don't get many opportunities to win Grand Slams."
Novak Djokovic is getting more opportunities than most others, though, it appears.
"The last few months have been the best tennis of my life. So I have to try and look at the positives of the last few months. I'm going in the right direction."
Andy Murray tries to stay upbeat despite losing the Australian Open men's final to Novak Djokovic.
"The next 12 months is the biggest for the Australian cricket team for a long time. If we do nothing now, we will be where we were 30 years ago."
Shane Warne spent most of this week agitating for change to how cricket was being run in this country.
"There is no doubt that some players now hold the AFL drug code in contempt."
Collingwood president Eddie McGuire thinks the league needs to move quickly to close the loophole in the three strike's policy and give clubs a chance to address the problems with individual players.
"I consider this to prove that the UCI is willing to mislead cycling fans."
Anti-doping expert Michael Ashenden this week revealed evidence that the UCI had deliberately reduced drug testing in 2010.
"We've just been stricken with more injuries than I have ever seen in the history of this sport."
Perth Heat field manager Steve Fish gets the excuses in early as his team attempts to defend its Australian Baseball League crown.
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