Talk about a wealth of material, lol, but especially insofar as Windhorst incorrectly referring to Pat Riley's term for complacency, etc., as "The disease of me" is concerned.
Like, bruh, you spent four seasons in Miami around Lebron and Riley and yet somehow failed to pick up on the concept known as "The disease of MORE"? Seriously, does no one edit anything, anymore?
Except you're wrong...
Nope. Riley first coined the term "the disease of more" in his 1988 book, "Showtime", which has been cited by everyone from Bill Simmons to Isiah Thomas (Zeke), etc., ever since in describing teams that become complacent/worn out, such as the 2013-14 Miami Heat. I know that you don't believe me, so enjoy the multiple sauces - http://www.espn.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/071025http://blogs.mercurynews.com/warriors/2017/07/27/the-disease-of-more/http://pressbasketball.com/read/open-run-disease/https://www.nytimes.com/1992/11/24/sports/pro-basketball-riley-teaches-knicks-that-more-means-less.html
No judgment or anything, it's sports and it's supposed to be dumb entertainment, but as someone who doesn't watch any of these shows I can't help but notice how many posters
- absolutely hate these pundits, and
- watch them all the time/are highly familiar with their statements
What's the deal? Why keep going back if you know it's click/viewbait crap?
Naturally, I can't speak for everyone, here, but personally, and much like yourself, as I don't watch these shows, I decided to "see what I was missing", so to speak, since posters have recently mentioned Nick Wright (who?), Chris Carter (who?), Max Kellerman (who?), Shannon Sharpe (who?), and Colin Cowherd (who?), and to be honest I feel like watching segments of these "shows" on the YouTube
is roughly akin to reading The National Enquirer in that said "programming" makes for relatively amusing background noise, imo, plus I enjoy observing their attempts at turd polishing
, not to mention Nick Wright referring to Chris Carter as "CC" because New Girl, lol
. Great bulletin board material, too, imo.