Found December 12, 2011 on Miami Herald:
PLAYERS: Erik Spoelstra
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
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The guillotine would soon fall on Tony Sparano’s Dolphins career Monday when, 45 minutes to the south, a smiling Heat coach Erik Spoelstra addressed a media throng and said of sports in general, “We live in the toy department of human affairs.”
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