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The two newest members of ESPN’s NBA Countdown, Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons on Grantland’s YouTube channel.Rose talked about the first time he played with Webber when he was 12. His coach said he was going to bring a big kid to play with the team, and one of the first time he brought the ball up the floor, he dribbled it between his legs, went behind his back and then dunked.The two also talked about Rose’s Fab 5 years and his relationship with Webber following his infamous timeout call in the 1993 National Championship game.Previously: Rose talks about being hazed by Dikembe Mutombo Previously: Rose talks about guarding Kobe during his 81-point game
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Former University of Michigan Fab Five member, Jalen Rose, is never afraid to tell you what he thinks, and it has been that way going all the way back to his freshman year in Ann Arbor. He was the voice of the famous recruiting class, even though teammate Chris Webber was the biggest star. Rose [...]
ESPN's decision to bring in Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose (replacing Chris Broussard and Jon Barry, joining holdovers Michael Wilbon and Magic Johnson) for their NBA pregame show is certainly a bold move. ESPN went bold last year with the move to Los Angeles for their NBA pregame show and "hostless" experiment, which was ultimately a failure as ESPN has brought wide...
Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons will be the newest additions to the KIA NBA Countdown on ABC.
Rose and Simmons will join Magic Johnson and Mike Wilbon in studio for this season’s analysis and banter, replacing Chris Broussard and Jon Barry (both of whom will remain with ESPN).
I am interested to see how this cake gets baked. Simmons, as you will...
Ten years after Kevin Frazier and Tim Hardaway anchored the inaugural edition of “NBA Shootaround” on ESPN, the network has made yet another change to its NBA studio team. ESPN.com blogger Bill Simmons and ESPN NBA analyst Jalen Rose have been added to the cast of “NBA Countdown” on ESPN and ABC for the 2012-13 season, ESPN announced Thursday. Simmons and Rose will replace...
ESPN announced today two new analysts to its NBA Countdown program. Grantland.com editor-in-chief Bill Simmons and ESPN analyst Jalen Rose will join Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Michael Wilbon on the revamped show. The new cast will debut on Friday. November 2nd at 7:00p.m. ET when ESPN begins its coverage of the NBA regular season. “The unique,
Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4) at Oakland Raiders (1-4)
In the write up for Colts/Browns, I mentioned Bill Simmons’ theory from his picks column this week that because dogs are doing so well this year (57-32 ATS), the odds makers would start shrinking the spreads to compensate so the general public won’t catch on and just starting betting all dogs. He used that as part of his argument...