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"I don't think you'll ever see from here on out 18 years with one franchise. We've seen a lot of players decide to jump ship to get the one thing that they think their legacy is built on and that's a ring. I think what's more special than a ring is loyalty. Indiana and Reggie were a match made in heaven." Cheryl Miller
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"In my opinion, he's the only one in this franchise who should have a retired number." Larry Dierker
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Phil Jackson

"We couldn't do anything better that would make this franchise better." Phil Jackson
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"We want to remind voters how precious the franchise is." Carl Snowden
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"It looked to be a very strong quarter. I'm surprised by how strong the HIV franchise was." Jason Kantor
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"The point is that the studio owns the franchise, and they can do without any of us," Charles Roven
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Frank McCourt

"The Dodgers are at a crossroads here, ... I'm very mindful of this historic franchise's tradition of greatness." Frank McCourt
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"I wouldn't say [Prozac] is selling well, ... It's nice that they preserved $182 million from the Prozac franchise, but it was $2 billion, so it's not real meaningful for Lilly." Barbara Ryan
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"Darryl is the most important thing that's happened to this franchise in 10 years." Ken King
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"They got into a pattern of under-investing in their franchise to try and boost revenues." Denis LaPlante
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Frank McCourt

"I'm very mindful of this franchise's tradition of greatness." Frank McCourt
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"Any franchise is always taking steps to protect their trademarks." Mark Dawson
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"Mike's been great for this franchise and great for this town." Omar Minaya
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"Pau played a man's game tonight. That's what a franchise player does." Shane Battier
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"Not everyone out here can be a franchise player," Shaun Micheel
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"I made myself into a franchise player there, but I kind of sneaked up on them." Ron Artest
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"Obviously, it's a great sports town, and it's a franchise that has had success at the highest level in the NHL. It's definitely a place that would be great to work." Craig Button
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"There's got to always be stuff in here, ... so we can sell it to the next franchise." Edward Meyer
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"The one thing that Qwest has is its local franchise, and over the next two years it's going to become increasingly embattled as (cable company) Comcast starts rolling out more aggressively with their digital voice service. I don't think they get acquired at all." Donna Jaegers
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"We had a great season, a franchise record. It's all gone now." Tim Duncan
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"That set the franchise in a whole different light I think. I think it helped get rid of whatever the negative vibes of being a Net were. If we had never gotten out of that game, we would have never known how good we could be." Jason Kidd
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