Originally posted on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 4/15/12
We have seen it many times before where commentators doing the same game looking at the same replay disagree on what they saw.  We have seen it many times before where one commentator has to reel the other one in (Dick Vitale).  I have never seen it where one commentator calls out his cohort on the air and goes so far as to make me feel uncomfortable watching it. That is exactly what happened Saturday night during the last few minutes of the Boston Celtics-New Jersey Nets game on the YES Network.  Ian Eagle, the play-by-play man, had a bone to pick with color commentator Mike Fratello and was not about to wait until a commercial break to deliver it.  Eagle had an issue with the way Fratello, known by many as the “Czar of the Telestrator”, explained a slip screen just moments before.  Here’s the aftermath where Eagle chewed off Fratello’s head. Deadspin was all of this.  These videos courtesy of sportsgrid.com. And here is what led to it. As you’ll notice, Fratello was simply just explaining
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