Found September 12, 2012 on
ESPN will have Bill Simmons and Stan Van Gundy replace Chris Broussard and Jon Barry on their NBA studio show.
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COULDN'T TURN AWAY
Stan Van Gundy took some time to give his perspective on his role in the bizarre press conference with Dwight Howard, one of the most awkward scenes of recent memory.
ESPN will be making a change to their NBA studio analysts next season. Per Sports By Brooks, Chris Broussard and Jon Barry are out and will be replaced in ESPN’s Los Angeles NBA studio by Bill Simmons and former Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy: SbB has learned Chris Broussard & Jon Barry won’t returm [...]
Late Monday, Sports by Brooks reported that Stan Van Gundy would join Bill Simmons for an ESPN studio show based in Los Angeles during the NBA season.
A source tells Orlando Magic Daily that this report is "completely not true."
This does not mean Stan Van Gundy will not be on TV at some point this season. A recurring appearance on ESPN's coverage seems pretty likely...
Van Gundy recently told reporters that it is unfair Stern forces coaches to be as accessible as they are to the media and then in turn, fine them for saying anything controversial.
SVG has a point here.
Sports By Brooks broke the news that ESPN plans to replace Chris “My Sources Tell Me” Broussard and Jon Barry with Bill Simmons and Stan Van Gundy on ESPN’s NBA Studio show.
This. Could. Be. Interesting.