Check out this clip from Inside the NBA tonight, where Shaq slips up and says shit before commercial. This just adds to the legend of Shaq as a studio analyst, who is already developing quite a rapport with Charles Barkley on the panel. We had high hopes for Shaq coming into the year when TNT released this teaser ad for him joining Inside the NBA, and it's been all aces so far.
Now, I know that swearing on TV isn't much of a huge deal nowadays (and Shaq has never cared), but it's still one of those things that gets our blood running. I mean, hell, it happened last week during the Winter Classic with Mike Milbury calling the New York Rangers the Blue "Shits." But on the downside, it wasn't nearly as good as this rant from the end of the Wagner-Santa Clara game in December.
Keep fighting the good fight, Shaq!
And the first 2 weeks of the season are free of charge, compared to just one week in previous years. You have to take that into account, too.
But obviously your media-manufactured anti-Stern bias keeps you from seeing things objectively.
The worst of the major sports? Are you high? The most overpriced? I have the full package for every game and the service is great. I've always enjoyed League Pass, but obviously your words are probably driven by the fact you like the Pistons (probably one of the 5 teams you subscribed too) and, let's be honest, watching them may have been a rather depressing experience for you, and this clouds your judgment.
I know many people who subscribe to NBA League Pass (the full package, not just 5 teams) and I have not heard anyone saying they don't like it.
Maybe it's just you and a handful of other very vocal whiners.
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