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CSN Broadcast Breaks Down LeBron's Traveling History

So much to love here. The fact that the Comcast SportsyNet producers chose such an anti-Monarchial question for use in their broadcast last night. The fact that Phil Chenier apparently attempted to actually answer the question. The fact that "blatant" is so blatantly misspelled. The fact that it's 3-1 that some Cavs fan will soon arrive to say something about how none of this is even mildly amusing. The only thing missing was a gratuitous use of "crab dribble."

A hearty thanks to Gerald McFarland for sending in the question, Unsilent Majority for passing it along, and LeBron James, just for being The King.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 7, 2009; 1:41 PM ET
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Waiting for the Wale dis track "crab dribble"?

I hate everything Lebron James and hope Under Armor could produce commercials mocking the Nike/Lebron love child... kinda like the bud/miller commercial feud that has been going on for awhile.

Better yet, the return of Terry Tate the Office linebacker (Reebok) demolishing a lebron james look alike after he gets baby powder in the scorer's coffee and eye.... that would be amazing

Posted by: What_Would_Dalton_Do | January 7, 2009 2:10 PM | Report abuse

The funniest thing was that Phil didn't see it as a travel and Bucky was desperately trying to persuade him otherwise.

I bet it felt like a knife in the back to Steve-O that Phil would take Lebron's side.

Posted by: yukiwith2us | January 7, 2009 2:48 PM | Report abuse

Exactly...what was up with that Phil Chenier feller...was he just trying to be controversial?

I know exactly where he can stick his fancy suit commercial.

Posted by: truthaboutit | January 7, 2009 2:50 PM | Report abuse

Phil Chenier clearly tried to be devil's advocate on that one.

Buckhantz should have hit him upside the head with a "How Do You Like That?" call.

Posted by: StetSportsBlog | January 7, 2009 2:59 PM | Report abuse

Basketball is pretty lame

10 ft net
7 ft man
3 ft reach

hmmm..where is the sport in that?

Posted by: rdy4all2000 | January 7, 2009 3:05 PM | Report abuse

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