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Michael Wilbon Took A Shot At Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski On PTI Over Magic Johnson’s $1 Million Dunk Contest Bribe
During a discussion of LeBron James and the NBA dunk contest on today’s episode of Pardon The Interruption, host Michael Wilbon took at shot at Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski. We suspect it had something to do with this article on the topic, in which Woj belittled Wilbon’s friend, Magic Johnson, by calling him an “ESPN analyst” and censuring his ’80s and ’90s marketing tactics:
The NBA trade deadline passed yesterday without major vibrations: J.J. Redick went to Milwaukee, Miami mercifully dumped Dexter Pittman for a pile of nothing, and Sacramento gave up on former 5th overall pick Thomas Robinson by shipping him off to Houston. Still, unfulfilled rumors were flying. What does this say about us?
Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski Rips Former ESPN Writer John Hollinger For Memphis Trade, Skews Facts To Make His Case
Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski wrote a column in response to the Rudy gay three-team deal announced yesterday. He thought it was a bad deal. He also inexplicably rips John Hollinger – sour grapes, we think.
Ric Bucher and ESPN parted ways over a month ago, which unfortunately means we will no longer be privy to Bucher-Popovich sideline encounters. The sad news was first reported by The Big Lead, and later confirmed by Bucher himself. Bucher has taken over as a radio host on 95.7 The Game in San Francisco.
When he finally got past the Celtics in the playoffs – thanks to him personally driving the stake in at the end of the game – LeBron James got introspective.
There Will Be Blood: Carmelo Anthony “Wilting,” Knicks A “Mess,” And Panic Is Setting In In New York
The New York Knicks gave up a 14-point halftime lead last night to the Boston Celtics. They have lost six of their last seven games. They are under .500 since acquiring Carmelo Anthony. And the New York media. is. freaking. out.
Yesterday, news broke that Boston Celtics assistant/defensive specialist Tom Thibodeau accepted an offer to coach the Chicago Bulls. Yahoo! columnist Adrian Wojnarowski believes it’s just another move to bring the Bulls closer to LeBron James, but did he sell Thibodeau short?
Is LeBron James trying to steal the spotlight from the Lakers-Celtics NBA Finals match up? Yes, says Yahoo Sports. And he should be ashamed of himself!