I watched most of the Final Round of The Players Championship on Sunday and still managed to miss this slip in censorship from NBC's coverage. As Matt Kuchar strolled down the 18th on his way to the most significant victory in his professional career, playing partner Kevin Na found himself to the right of the fairway on the cartpath. Na had lost the lead earlier in the day and was well behind at this stage, bothered by constant waggles and backing off the ball that was reminiscent of Sergio Garcia years ago. Really, Na's composure over the ball was somewhere between Tin Cup McAvoy and Metta World Peace. In spite of those issues, Na hit this unreal shot on the 18th. A fairway wood off the cartpath that somehow rolled onto the green. That led one of NBC's broadcasters (not sure who, but it sounds like on-course reporter Roger Maltbie) to drop a very impressed "shit!" It's such a versatile word when you break it down - you can express surprise, disappointment, awe, any number of things. This case isn't quite the way Ron Jaworski used it last fall, but Jaws has definitely started a trend in the broadcasting world.
Kenny Smith- i disagree, no wait you are right Charles!
Charles Barkley-Whoa,whoa, whoa go back for a minute, did you just say that i was right Kenny??
Kenny Smith- No i said you were left Charles! You were left!
Charles Barkley: When teams are inconsistent it always makes me nervous.
You gotta win six in a row. And Dr. Phil always says.....yeah I watch Dr. Phil.
Kenny Smith: How many times do you go to Dr. Phil?Barkley: I said I 'watched' Dr. Phil.
Smith: I didn't know you were a patient?
@awfulannouncing Has CBS instructed all their directors to use these zip line camera angles during live play? #camera1isyourfriend
"Good call by Ted Valentine" ~ Reggie Miller Really? It didn't look like hand-to-forehand contact to me...
Lesley Visser during her 1st report of the Louisville at Syracuse game- i didn't believe him so i went through his bag when he was in the men's room!
Verne Lundquist- couldn't that be along the lines of to much information??
Verne Lundquist- Dennis Rodman in a wedding dress!
Bil Raftery- whoa i never thought that you would go there in a telecast!
Verne Lunquist- i never thought so either but i did!
This is fun, why don't we do this during the NBA Regular season and Playoffs and call it the Walton Awards and during the College Basketball Regular season??
I don't know what to do with .7 seconds on the shot clock, that is why i am sitting next to you Verne during the Louisville at Syracuse game and it looks like that Yancy Gates stepped on a popsicle stick during the Cincinnti at Ohio State game!
Both quotes by Bill aftery!