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 …
“Maybe we should walk off this ledge,” Pelinka said, leaving beneath his chair the program for the ... gaining more access to the minds of megastars. The Lakers …
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 …
Magic Johnson revealed last week that he is leaving ESPN’s NBA Countdown this season due to his busy schedule and other commitments. The surprising thing about the announcement was that it came just one night before the start of the …
Turns out Bill Simmons needed ESPN more than ESPN needed Bill Simmons. The shifting fortunes of the "Worldwide Leader in Sports" and its erstwhile columnist were on display again Monday as ESPN announced the return of Magic
ESPN announced on Twitter that Magic Johnson will be rejoining ESPN’s “NBA Countdown ... The 12-time All-Star previously served as a studio analyst from 2008 to 2013 before leaving ESPN, citing a need to prioritize other …
The 21-year-old attacked the rim and as he jumped Richardson collected his legs, …
The front office contingent of owner Jeanie Buss, president of basketball operations Magic ... Johnson revealed it was at his behest the organization didn’t publicly address LaVar’s criticism, in part because there wasn’t a need to, via ESPN ...
Fear not: We're not here to drum up an obscure statistical relationship between Thaddeus Young and Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and other ...