It's Blooper Day.
You gotta love live TV. Lawrence Frank is the ex-coach of the horrendous Nets, who lost seventeen straight games to start the season, was on ESPN doing a little analysis about LeBron James yesterday. His spot was over and when they switched to the Skip Bayless' "First and Ten" segment, there was a little overlapping banter between the debate panel and Frank. Bayless is a big-time LeBron James critic, and Frank responded to the idea that James is not clutch when the game is on the line.
Frank: I said, tell Skip that I'd rather have that bad because I'd still be coaching instead and not sitting here. Give me that "f*&ker" other than seeing some of the s*!t we were putting up there. Sorry...
ESPN came on a few minutes later and said that Lawrence thought he was off the air, but that excuse isn't cutting it. Just apologize and move on. I'm sure there were some of James Dobson's acolytes watching and their kids have now been damaged once again because of his language. They were just getting over the trauma that was caused by Janet Jackson's Super Bowl mishap, and now this. Oh, the humanity.