Tag Archives: ESPN

3-Man Weave episode 142: Season-Ending Surgery

Waddell, DeSalv, and LeMar ease into the May hiatus by talking about buzzworthy May sporting events, the return of Marshawn Lynch, and more. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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3-Man Weave episode 99: All Bets Are Off

DeSalv, LeMar, and Kodis O’Shay discuss the jackpot in Premier League Football, ESPN losing ground and personnel, the future of the Houston Rockets, and more. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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3-Man Weave episode 94: O’Shayless

LeMar and DeSalv play sexism detectives, assess Qatar as the 2022 World Cup site, lament their brackets, and more. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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3-Man Weave episode 82: Darth Rondo

Why is ESPN airing specials about Star Wars? Was Rondo’s 1-game suspension enough? Who’s the most rugged record label in rap? LeMar, DeSalv, and Kodis O’Shay answer these questions and more. Download 3-Man Weave on iTunes Download 3-Man Weave on Stitcher

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Former ESPNers Parker and Broussard to Join Fox News

 NEW YORK, NY—In their continued commitment to diversity, the News Corp. executives at Fox News are developing a new show for former ESPN reporters Rob Parker and Chris Broussard. After attracting negative attention following their comments about Robert Griffin III and Jason Collins, respectively, Parker and Broussard plan to co-anchor Cornballs from Hell, a nightly […]

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30 for 30 Doc “Run Ricky Run” Scores Defiantly

For sports fans interested in learning more about one of this generation’s more enigmatic athletes, Run Ricky Run fulfills the fall-from-grace/road-to-redemption plot that audiences have come to expect over the last millennia of storytelling. What people may not have expected (ESPN execs included) was this ‘30 for 30’ documentary exposing the predatory spirit that the […]

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Top 5 Overlooked Consequences of the NBA Lockout

So it doesn’t look like there will be an NBA season this year, leaving a void in the lives of basketball fans all over the world. But more is at stake than having to find something else to watch. Not much has been said about the collateral damage that the NBA lockout will cause. So […]

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Garza No-Hitter Makes Needless History

TAMPA BAY, FL—Last night’s game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Detroit Tigers featured a Matt Garza no-hitter for the record books. In a season rife with no-hitters pitched (four already this season before last night), ESPN distinguished Garza by naming him the first player named Matt Garza to pitch a no-hitter. Many sports […]

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