Say what now? Answers to our sports quote game

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Here are the answers to our quote game:

1. "The most frustrating thing about me is I could see if I wasn’t hitting shots and I wasn’t in here working or taking f****** days off."

Someone needs a hug. Or a nap. Or maybe even a day off. Things haven’t exactly gone as planned in Brooklyn this year, and Kevin Garnett finally snapped when talking about a Nets season where the most memorable aspect has been a dropped soda cup.

2. "She deserves 6 million Googles."

Clearly, this is not someone below the age of 30. No, UCF coach George O’Leary may not know what Google is, but he sure knows that quarterback Blake Bortles’ arm-candy girlfriend is deserving of some recognition. See for yourself below: (Editor’s note: We gave Lindsey Duke another 50 or 60 Googles this morning. Purely for research, of course.)

3. "I’m a 67-year-old Canadian in Vancouver, I’d be happy to play for you."

This isn’t someone trying out for your grandfather’€™s shuffle board or bocce teams. This is a Toronto man who accidentally got a text from USA Hockey after it didn’t realize that Ryan Kesler has changed his cell phone number.

4. "Yes, sir."

Jadeveon Clowney doesn’t seem to be a man of many words these days, but that’s what he had to say about finally being able to declare for the NFL Draft after South Carolina’s bowl win. We wonder if he had more to say when he got pulled over for two speeding tickets in the past month.

5. "When I saw their offensive linemen’s stance, I knew the way to make a play was to go over the top … I was going to tackle him, anyway."

Well, at least Michigan State linebacker Kyler Ellsworth is honest about making the game-saving play in the Rose Bowl.