The former Los Angeles Laker and current Dodgers owner announced Thursday he would no longer work for ESPN. NBA analyst Magic Johnson announced Thursday he'd be leaving ESPN to focus on "other commitments," the television network confirmed.
SBN · ByKevin Zimmerman · 10/10/2013
"Earvin "Magic" Johnson informed us today that he'll no longer be part of our NBA coverage due to his other commitments," said John Wildhack, ESPN Executive Vice President, Production. "We appreciate Magic's contributions and wish him well in his …
Sports World News · 10/10/2013
According to a tweet from Sports Illustrated writer Richard Deitsch, Magic Johnson will be leaving his role as an analyst for ESPN’s NBA Countdown. Filling his role will be longtime NBA and college basketball correspondent and analyst Doris Burke.
FanSided · 10/12/2013
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On Thursday, Magic Johnson announced that he will be giving up his part in ESPN's NBA coverage due to other commitments. Some of these other commitments include his partial ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who will be playing the Cardinals in …
The Celebrity · 11/10/2013
Magic Johnson is leaving ESPN because of other business commitments. "We appreciate Magic's contributions and wish him well in his future endeavors," John Wildhack, ESPN's executive vice president, production, said in a statement. "We are in the …
Real GM Basketball · 10/10/2013
NBA legend Magic Johnson has announced that he will no longer appear on ESPN, in order to focus on his personal ventures. The former Los Angeles Lakers star joined the network in 2008, and continued to expand his role over the course of the past five …
Sports Mole · 10/11/2013
Magic Johnson, a staple of ESPN’s NBA coverage since 2008, has decided to leave the network and focus on his other commitments. Looking for more scoops on your favorite New England sports teams? Check out NESN. “I love ESPN. Unfortunately …
Fox Sports · 7/24/2014
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — Magic Johnson won't return to ESPN as an NBA studio analyst. The Hall of Famer says in a statement released by the network Thursday that because of his busy schedule, "I don't feel confident that I can continue to devote the time ...
NBA · 10/10/2013
In 2007, ESPN rated him as the greatest NBA point guard of all time. After receiving so much awards and recognitions for his hard work, Magic Johnson net worth has been one of ... making the announcement they'd be leaving CDs behind in their stores ...
Food World News · 12/16/2014
On top of a laundry list of big names we saw: Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, Cristiano Rinaldo, Danny DeVito, Flea, Eric Stonestreet, Larry King and Magic Johnson ... anymore, as Johnson is leaving his post at ESPN.
NBC 4 Southern California · 10/11/2013
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