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There will be more screaming on ESPN, but we think it’ll be of a much better variety than the Stephen A./Skip variety. (Which isn’t saying much, but still.)
Before Rick Reilly strong-armed Stuart Scott into crediting his Twitter feed for reporting news everyone already knew, he was already a target of the blogosphere – mostly due to his recycled columns and absurdly cheesy one-liners. We didn’t think the target on his back could get any bigger, or that other well-known journalists would jump aboard the Reilly hate train. Well, both of those things happened.
Jason Whitlock, brotein consumer and provocateur extraordinaire, took a shot at Shaq during last night’s opening episode of TNT’s Inside The NBA. So Inside The NBA took the opportunity to make fun of a fat and sleeping Jason Whitlock. Some more context, after the jump.
Killed it at the gym this AM. Great lift, good cardio. Diet has been solid. Vitamineral Greens and Pana C-315 staples of diet routine.
— Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) September 24, 2012
College football can be an emotional game for players, and we discovered on Tuesday night during an Intelligence Squared series debate just how hard it is for some former players to separate their feelings from the facts.
Last night, in the midst of Jeremy Lin’s 38-point effort against the Lakers, Fox Sports columnist Jason Whitlock intimated that Lin (who is Asian-American) has a small penis. This, in turn, caused a number of people on Twitter to intimate that Jason Whitlock himself has a small penis.
Here are some jokes about Jason Whitlock having a small penis.
Charles Robinson is a Yahoo! Sports investigative reporter who broke the newest story of improper benefits in big-time collegiate athletics when he detailed the exploits of convicted Ponzi schemer (and former Miami Hurricanes booster) Nevin Shapiro.
From afar, it would appear, as Fox Sports national columnist Jason Whitlock likes to say, that Robinson “did the damn thing.”
A University of Miami booster, incarcerated for his role in a $930 million Ponzi scheme, has told Yahoo! Sports he provided thousands of impermissible benefits to at least 72 athletes from 2002 through 2010.
That sure feels like the damn thang got diddy did.
But wait! Whitlock, in a column published Wednesday, says that, no, the dern diddly did not get Dirk Diggled.
If You Are A Fan Of Members Of The Media Being Embarrassed On TV, Then You Are A Fan Of The 2011 NBA Finals
Jason Whitlock tried to get Mavs coach Rick Carlisle to talk about the helluva coaching job he did on Tuesday night. Carlisle, being smart and all, was having none of it.
FOX Sports’ Jason Whitlock: Skip Bayless Is ESPN’s Glenn Beck, CBS’ Gregg Doyel Is A “Bayless Clone”
CBS’ Gregg Doyel asked LeBron James a question the other night during a press conference, and got piled on by his fellow media members. Today, Jason Whitlock joined the fray.