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Earvin "Magic" Johnson announced on Thursday that he'll no longer be part of ESPN's NBA coverage because of his other commitments. Johnson, a five-time NBA champion, three-time MVP and member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, joined the …
ESPN · 11/10/2013
If you happen to be one of the few people who enjoyed listening to Magic Johnson talk about NBA games, you are not going to like this news. ESPN announced on Thursday that Magic will not be returning to the set of “NBA Countdown” next season due …
Larry Brown Sports · 10/10/2013
ESPN has announced that Earvin "Magic" Johnson will not be part of its NBA analysts crew for the coming season. Johnson, who has been with ESPN since 2008, says he has too many other commitments. Doug Collins has been hired as an analyst and …
WILX · ByTim Staudt · 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
Magic Johnson is leaving ESPN's "NBA Countdown" and Bill Simmons is the reason why, Deadspin's Josh Koblin reports. According to Deadspin, ESPN turned the show over to Simmons. Host Michael Wilbon was given a diminished role as a result. And …
The Business Insider · ByTony Manfred · 10/10/2013
Magic Johnson has informed ESPN that he will no longer be part of the network's "NBA Countdown" show, according to a release. "I love ESPN," Johnson said in a release. "Unfortunately, due to the nature of my schedule and other commitments, I don’t …
Sporting News · 10/10/2013
In the battle of Magic Johnson versus Bill Simmons, a winner has emerged — and the former Lakers star is leaving ESPN. Johnson said Thursday that he feels a "strong connection" to the sports network but that he has other priorities that will keep him ...
Los Angeles Times · ByScott Collins · 10/10/2013
(CBS) Three weeks before the start of the NBA season, Magic Johnson abruptly announced he will be leaving ESPN’s NBA Countdown. But why the sudden change of heart? Deadspin cites ESPN sources who claim Johnson is less-than-thrilled with …
CBS Chicago · 10/10/2013
ESPN announced today that Magic Johnson is leaving NBA Countdown and the network. Johnson, per ESPN, is leaving "due to his other commitments," which haven't been a problem in the past. John Wildhack, ESPN Executive Vice President, Production …
Dead Spin · 10/13/2010
On Thursday, Johnson ... was hanging on Magic’s every word,” Simmons said, portraying the former Lakers star as being surrounded by sycophants. “Nobody was challenging him.” Then, there’s also the matter of ESPN eliminating the “NBA …
Electronic Urban Report · 10/11/2013