November Quotables in Sports on 2010 (Photos, Video)

November 30, 2010

November is gone, it left us with a lot of damage on our credit cards from all the shopping during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, a few more pounds thanks to the delicious dishes we had on Thanksgiving, but it also left all the memorable moments in Sports from all of our dear and not so dear athletes, because of that we are going over some of the most significant, best November quotables in Sports we heard on November 2010.

Here are some of the best quotables in Sports for the month of November, check them out, don’t miss the cool videos that will for sure remember those moments.

On November 4th we heard Boston Celtics Kevin Garnett say a comment about Detroit Pistons Charlie Villanueva – he was like a cancer patient.

“You are cancerous to your team and our league,” He apologized later –

“I would never be insensitive to the brave struggle that cancer patients endure. I have lost loved ones to this deadly disease and have a family member currently undergoing treatment. I would never say anything that distasteful. The game of life is far bigger than the game of basketball.

Jockey Calvin Borel is one the most famous in his field, he didn’t look so cool when he got into a fight with Javier Castellano at the Breeders Cup.

“I realize many people hold me in high esteem, and I apologize for publicly losing my cool, It’s unfortunate that it happened on national TV and at such a prestigious event as the Breeders’ Cup.”

Sad news came this month with the tragic loss of Surfer Andy Irons, he is survived by his wife Lyndie, brother Bruce and his parents Danielle and Phil who released a statement thanking people for their support.

“Andy’s passing was met with the most overwhelming and powerful wave of love and support. The friendship and concern that has poured in from everywhere has been unimaginable and we are deeply, deeply grateful. Words are beyond us.”

Conan O’Brien returned to television this time on TBS, in his opening night he started with a Brett Favre joke in his opening monologue.

“Now a lot has happened in the news since I’ve been off the air. And I wanted to cover it all in one joke. Then I realized that’s like trying to keep an Icelandic volcano from wearing Lady Gaga’s meat dress while a trapped Chilean miner cleans up the BP oil spill, comma, Brett Favre’s pe….”

Another scandal was brought by the alleged texting between Tony Parker and Brent Barry’s wife Erin. Eva filed for divorce, Parker filed too.

“Eva and I have been discussing our situation privately, I was aware that she would be filing for divorce in Los Angeles.”

Leslie Nielsen died at age 84, his memory lives in the hearts of many and in the hearts of Sports fans as well, who can forget him as an umpire in the movie Naked Gun, but Detective Frank Debrin also quoted football in his famous movie along the beautiful Priscilla Presley as Jane.

Frank: “It’s the same old story. Boy finds girl, boy loses girl, girl finds boy, boy forgets girl, boy remembers girl, girls dies in a tragic blimp accident over the Orange Bowl on New Year’s Day.”
Jane: “Goodyear?”
Frank: “No, the worst.”

Tiger Woods had a Twitter account for quite some time, but now he gets more used to it and the result is 30,000 followers in an hour, this was his initial Tweet.

“Yep, it’s me. I think I like this twitter thing. You guys are awesome. Thanks for all the love.”

Sports Illustrated named Drew Brees their Sportsman of the year, they named him not just for his incredible performances on the field ever since he arrived in New Orleans but for his tremendous help after Katrina and through his Foundation.

“It’s an unbelievable honor, for everything that it stands for, and it just makes me reflect back on the last five years in New Orleans, and the teams that I’ve had the opportunity to play for. And it’s just been a special, special journey.”

So what do you think? Any favorite? Would you like to add any important quote in Sports that you would like to share with us? See you next month with our December Quotes in Sports.

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