Liverpool fan LeBron James
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"Kanye is in and trust me, nobody does Vegas like LeBron and Kanye. We will take them to places in Vegas 99 per cent of people don't even know exist."
Liverpool fan LeBron James promises a money can't buy experience with Kanye West in Las Vegas if the Reds manage to bring home a trophy this season.
"I think in around 10 days he should be ready to play again. Already this morning he asked if he could drive and I suggested he should get a lift until Thursday."
Eye surgeon Emanuele Scuri on dealing with one of the world's most difficult patients, Manchester City's Mario Balotelli.
"He's saying the grass isn't always greener, and he's right. I like what's in my field."
Wayne Rooney explains how Sir Alex Ferguson convinced him to stay with Manchester United.
Dual US Open winner Pat Rafter didn't mince his words when asked for his appraisal of Bernard Tomic's performance against Andy Roddick at the US Open.
"Today has been disappointing... I'm going to drown my sorrows in some shopping."
Laura Robson finds a way to deal with the disappointment of losing to Sam Stosur at the US Open.
"We certainly look forward to seeing Travis with the Star Athletic jumper standing at full forward next year."
Collingwood CEO Gary Pert announces the Pies Guernseys will be tailor made for individuals next season and says one has already been made for out-of-contract star Travis Cloke.
"I will meet Carlton. That's just a fact. And I need to see where they're at, where they're going. They need to see where I'm at, because I haven't spoken to them."
Mick Malthouse continues the charade that his appointment as Carlton's next coach is something other than a foregone conclusion.
"Eleven gold medals is a lot. To be Australia's best Paralympian is humbling and it is a huge honour."
Swimmer Matt Cowdrey after he won the S9 50m freestyle event to become Australia's most decorated Paralympic athlete.
"She looks superb. But if I feel that she doesn't want to be there or there is an issue with her soundness, I won't hesitate to retire her."
Trainer Peter Moody won't take any risks with running Black Caviar longer than she wants to.
"Five wins to finish this season is a better preparation, we have got a little bit more momentum."
Storm coach Craig Bellamy feels like Melbourne is in better shape heading into this year's finals series, compared to last year.
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