Found October 10, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
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Thanks to Big Lead Sports who broke the initial story regarding the question of if David Stern tried to stop Stan Van Gundy joining ESPN’s NBA Countdown, we now have Van Gundy absolutely going in on ESPN as of this afternoon. Directly from the mouth of Stan: “No one at ESPN will tell us what happened. Certainly the NBA office isn’t going to tell us what happened. One of the quotes from ESPN in there – we had discussions, but couldn’t agree on a role … as is usual, that’s a bunch of BS from ESPN. We actually did agree on a role, but then they came back and pulled that. That’s when we knew something was up. Nobody is going to give a straight answer because … that’s just the way a lot of people operate … nobody there has the guts to say anything, so that’s what you deal with. What I find fascinating … you have to give David Stern and the NBA a lot of credit … ESPN pays the league, and then the league tells them what to do. It’s more ESPN’s problem. You gotta have no balls whatsoe
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