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Bill Simmons was giving some postgame comments following Game 7 of the NBA Finals in which the Heat won the NBA title, and a possibly inebriated fan tried his best to interrupt him. As you can see by the video, Bill wasn’t phased, and he took to Twitter to reinforce that sentiment. Well done, Bill. Is there video of the drunk maniac who jumped behind me during the live SportsCenter? You didn't phase me drunk maniac!!!! — Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) June 21, 2013 [Video via TBL] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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ESPN and Bill Simmons seem to be on thin ice in terms of their relationship, and the latest incident won’t exactly make things easier. All of this is purely speculation currently, but as soon as Bill started speaking about ‘The Decision,’ ESPN oddly cut back to their SportsCenter studio. This could definitely be a coincidence, but given their recent rocky history it wouldn’t...
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During Thursday night’s live broadcast, ESPN’s feed curiously cut out abruptly just as Bill Simmons was about to discuss LeBron’s ‘The Decision.’ ESPN blamed it on a “lost signal”, but many believe it may have been intentional. Grantland, who Simmons writes for, poked some fun at it in their latest column about the Heat winning the title.
Mason Plumlee sat down with Bill Simmons and Jalen Rosen to discuss the upcoming draft, his prospects and a lot of other stuff besides. It’s a fun interview, so definitely check it out., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/mason-plumlee-talks-to-simmons-jalen
This is pretty funny. Bill Simmons and crew don’t even flinch.
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Conspiracy theorists, start your engines. Did Bill Simmons get cut off by ESPN when he tried to talk about LeBron Jame's still-infamous "Decision?"
Someone take away Bill Simmons’ Twitter because he isn’t going to be happy when he sees this courtesy of Deadspin.
Bill Simmons was probably saying something insightful here, but it doesn’t really matter. This guy stole the show.
Some will say this was merely a coincidence, but when Bill Simmons brought up The Decision last night in the post-game coverage of Game 7 on ESPN, the screen went instantly black and they went back to Bristol because of “technical difficulties.” The Decision is widely regarded as one of the worst things ESPN has ever done, and is the reason a lot of people hate LeBron James...
During the ESPN postgame of the Miami Heat 2013 NBA Finals game 7, analyst Bill Simmons was trying to get a point across regarding “The Decision” and Miami Heat star LeBron James.
Before Bill got a chance to say anything, the feed for some reason went down and was sent back to the studio:
So, what happened? We’ll keep you updated…
Bill Simmons get cut off? [@CJZero]
For his part, I think Bill Simmons did a great job of not reacting because I think it would have only been natural for him to turn around when there is screaming behind him. The NBA countdown crew was doing their post-game spot on Sportscenter when a drunk fan popped up directly behind Simmons screaming [...]
Thursday night after the Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 thanks largely in part to an incredible game by LeBron James ESPN analyst Bill Simmons was on hand talking basketball, but when it came time for him to talk about the infamous "Decision" that brought LeBron James to Miami it appears that the network didn't want to take a chance that Simmons...
Watch this heckling Heat fan get escorted out of the building by security after obnoxiously screaming as Bill Simmons was talking during ESPN’s live broadcast following Game 7.
ESPN’s TV signal for the postgame show in Miami following the Heat’s 95-88 win over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 cut off just as Bill Simmons was about to bring up “The Decision” on Thursday night. Analyst Magic Johnson was praising Pat Riley for assembling the Heat roster when Simmons jumped in and [...]