Did ESPN Intentionally Cut Off Bill Simmons As He Brought Up The Decision?
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Coincidence? During the ESPN post game coverage of game 7, a sudden blackout happened right after Bill Simmons brought up the infamous “Decision” by LeBron James. Conspiracy theorist were saying ESPN didn’t want anything negative being said about the Finals MVP at that moment but the truth is ESPN was having lots of issues before and after that moment including the loss of audio during a post game interview. There’s also no chance that a decision could be made to cut off a transmission and change programming that quickly either.
As amusing as it is to think this was intentional, it was just a coincidence.
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