puffyusaf#2 wrote:Intersting thing:
I didn't watch the game but maybe a minute or two of the 4th after it was a clear blowout. So I clicked on ESPN to see what the deal was and saw "Heat rout Bulls to even series." I was like damn the Bulls just got manhandled by the Heat. Then I read the recap and was like, Damn wild game the Bulls lost their cool. Then I watched the replay and was like, Boy Miami turned it up and the Bulls had no answer for them. Then...............
I realized the Bulls were missing not one but two key players in Kirk and Deng. I was baffled for a minute because I remember when the Bulls won the heading said, "Bulls beat rusty Heat." The write up talked about Lebron's before game shirt that said "up to me" on it. It talked about how the Heat kept their cool. It talked about how Steve Kerr had a problem about the officiating. What it didn't do was tell the story that the Bulls were short-handed. ANother celebrated victory for the Heat by the media. It was a blowout for sure but after reading responses from several different fans it was also apparently one-sided on all aspects. At least that is the vibe I got.
lol the funny thing is, is that you went to ESPN. Of course they are going to say that. That is like going to FOX news and seeing what the republicans did wrong, or going to MSNBC to find out news about conservatives.
If you did not know, ESPN is one sided and reports what it has to for money, just like any business or media outlet. If you listen to the media and believe everything they say, they you will be disappointed.
I know you do not though, but you keep posting as if that were the case.
If you are trying to say ESPN loves LeBron, they yes, we all know that, we get it, Heat for life for ESPN. Pro-tip avoid ESPN.