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ESPN radio host Dan Le Batard used his daily morning show Friday to defend himself, 24 hours after his comments on Magic Johnson ignited an internal firestorm and had one colleague, Keyshawn Johnson, accusing him of racism. Le Batard, a veteran ESPN sports personality, didn’t as much rebut the racism claims — he didn’t think he needed to based on his “history” — as he attributed the angry responses to a larger race problem in the United States. “Now, I am in the middle of a storm where there are a lot of people laughing that I am in the middle of a racism controversy,” he said on “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz.” “The social justice warriors are eating their own! I found it interesting what
Today, two table tennis pros met at the Qatar Open and ended up locked in a staggering 10-minute, 766-shot rally. The International Table Tennis Federation, which runs the event, said in an Instagram video that it "has got to be the longest rally ever in modern table tennis history!" Li Jie of the Netherlands and Hitomi Sato of Japan are both internationally ranked table tennis players known for their defensive skills. Li competed in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. Sato is a champion doubles player. The score when Thursday's rally happened was 0-0. Neither player "took the risk to attack first, resulting in an endless rally," the ITTF wrote. The rally was interrupted not by a failure of focus or
Jack, 33, hasn’t played an NBA game since tearing his ACL in January 2016 with the Brooklyn Nets.