|Posted by shawn cassidy on October 30, 2012 at 12:25 AM|
Were all human, and I'm not perfect. But this kind of bugged me. Because this was put on ESPN. They should put out accurate stuff. We already need to deal with their hype of the Heat, or Lakers. But Jackie MacMullan wrote this piece on the eve of Heat vs Celtics. As I started to read I stopped myself, and I couldn't read it any further.
This is the first part of the column,
It qualified as an instant rivalry the moment LeBron James took his talents (and his futility baggage) to South Beach.
Before that, the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics experienced only a smattering of entertaining moments. There was the 2010 second-round playoff series when Kevin Garnett drew a suspension for elbowing Quentin Richardson, as well a few of his garden variety "let me stare you down, I'm a bad [expletive]" exchanges with Dwyane Wade.
The Celtics faced off against the Heat in the first round when KG elbowed Richardson. Maybe it's nothing, but it just bugs me. I believe in giving accurate reporting. I got nothing against Jackie, and I blame ESPN for not ensuring accuracy.