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November 23, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Bob Ford in the Philadelphia Inquirer, after the Utah Jazz's lead-footed 7'4" center, Mark Eaton (left), was injured jumping for a ball: "Now, why would he go and try that after all these years?"
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•Harry Neale, coach of the 12-32-7 Vancouver Canucks, shrugging off complaints that his workouts are too tough: "I know my players don't like my practices, but then, I don't like their games."