Thank you, ESPN, for not censoring the First Take replay and enabling me to get a proper SAS flipping off Bayless screencap

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4 thoughts on “Thank you, ESPN, for not censoring the First Take replay and enabling me to get a proper SAS flipping off Bayless screencap

  1. David Smith

    Hey Kei,
    There are many words you could used to describe Staphen A flipping the finger on camera, but “awesome” is not one. You need to think about what it takes to do such a stupid, classless move is nothing but a temporary lack of self-control. And, I bet that, regardless what is said, Stephen A is totally embarrassed.
    A man who has responsibility to the network, sponsors, but most of all the kids watching NBA games believe is acceptable behavior while dreaming of being like Stephen A.. I feel certain that he is very regretful of his response, as he should be..
    As a broadcaster, his responsibilities are making the game more enjoyable for those watching while teaching viewers about how the game should be played. It is a matter of showing what it takes to make it as a NBA player and commentator, on and off the court.

    1. The 21st Century

      Dear David,

      This was awesome. Giving somebody the finger is not a “classless” act. Its just a finger. As far as the kids watching, none of them care so why should you? It was a humorus interacrion between two individuals talking about sports. People who make life too serious like you need to get over it.

      Sincerely,

      The 21st Century

    2. deX

      David,

      You’re absolutely right. I bet he does feel embarrassed. There’s a comic on a local sports talkshow named QCB that I’m gonna quote: “I can’t stand thugs…”

      The only thing this activity promotes is more thuggish activity.

      -deX

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