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  • Chidoze
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    Originally posted by sharp_shepherd
    You must be young using language like disrespect. Noone is automatically due respect you have to earn it. If someone doesn't know what to say about you what do you think they should say? I am sorry he is gone. Death is part of life and while he will be missed at 24 years old ESPN has limited things they can say about him. Here is where we can say anything we want. Say your peace and quit tripping about disrespect.
    Excellent. I couldnt have said it better.....

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  • sharp_shepherd
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    Originally posted by PEDD
    both team lost a team mate this week. denver lost nash, the celtics loss dennis johnson, but espn wont talk about them. no news at all.
    You must be young using language like disrespect. Noone is automatically due respect you have to earn it. If someone doesn't know what to say about you what do you think they should say? I am sorry he is gone. Death is part of life and while he will be missed at 24 years old ESPN has limited things they can say about him. Here is where we can say anything we want. Say your peace and quit tripping about disrespect.

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  • Chidoze
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    It's not the end of the world just because ESPN didnt have a 3 hour report on Nash.

    They had a 15 second report on Nash's death.

    You should be thankful that he got that much time from them.....

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  • PEDD
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    of course they (espn) arnt going to talk about someone nobody knows. theyre job is to report what the most people want to hear

    bet u when denver plays on espn next year, they will be talking about nash as if he was a son.
    Last edited by PEDD; 02-25-2007, 11:48 AM.

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  • BroncoAV06
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    I understand the frustration with the ESPN. But really what are they going to do at this time? I saw it last night on ESPNews, and they had quotes today from Shany and Bowlen on NFL network. We all are upset and saddend as Bronco fans! But really what do you want them to do? I know they coverd the hockey fight, there was video and plus it was a good game! So they mention his passing and today quotes are coming out! In no way do I feel that they have disrespected the Broncos are Celtics by any means! ESPNews had fetures on DJ all week. Nash won't get that kind of attention that a former finals MVP got but thats the way it is. Sad yes but at least we all can remember Nash and give respect to a player that had so much left to give. RIP D-Nash!

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  • HidEmu
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    of course they (espn) arnt going to talk about someone nobody knows. theyre job is to report what the most people want to hear about and thats what they do. the problem is most people watch inferior sports like nascar so thats all we hear about.

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  • MasterShake
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    Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC
    Lets face it guys we cant be mad at espn for a 10 sec story. We may be the only people that know him because he he is on our team. If he was on another team i bet a bunch of us would be like "who the hell is that". Its another sad story but lets face it he wasnt a big aenough player to get a big story.
    That may sound cruel, but there's a grain of truth there. There are tons of teams out there and unless they have players with the name recognition of a Terrell Owens or a Barry Bonds, don't expect more than a 10 second blurb about the death of a retired or non first string player. Before anything, ESPN is a business and they need to make money through ratings. As cruel as it seems, unless someone with a little name recognition dies, don't expect an hour long tribute. Not saying I agree, it's just the nature of television. The death was a lead story on the local news, and that seems appropriate to me.

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  • DevilSpawn
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    Originally posted by PEDD
    both team lost a team mate this week. denver lost nash, the celtics loss dennis johnson, but espn wont talk about them. no news at all.
    You are wrong about Dennis Johnson. They did a tribute about his career and had players talk about him. They did enough.

    Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC
    Lets face it guys we cant be mad at espn for a 10 sec story. We may be the only people that know him because he he is on our team. If he was on another team i bet a bunch of us would be like "who the hell is that". Its another sad story but lets face it he wasnt a big aenough player to get a big story.
    As sad as it is to say, because Nash's sports career was very short and very low key, so was the mention of his passing. Let's face it, he had few highlights, so a video montage in the ESPN mode could not be done.

    ESPN did not disrespect the two players at all. They did all they could. Now why didn't ESPN lead with the story? I guess it's the sporting food chain. Yeah, if Jordan died, they would've led with the story and had 5 minute tributes in between. Unfortunately, they don't lead in with deaths of old-time players, coaches, refs or lesser known players. If you watch the news and hear obout some famous person dying, but you hear about it in the middle of the newscast, that's just the pecking order rule once again. I can't say if it was disrespectful because ESPN is working for ALL sporting fans and, with respect to Nash, most of those outside of Denver probably would not know who Nash was.

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  • PEDD
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    there isn't much detail to give out. When they find out the reasons for the collapses and the cause of death, then we'll probably hear more about it. Just right now, the reasons for the deaths are unknown.


    so if mike jordan just uped and died they would do a 10 sec report on it and move on?

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  • I_Only_Like_Jay
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    I doubt that ESPN meant to disrespect anyone but, you gotta realize that although these deaths are newsworthy, there isn't much detail to give out. When they find out the reasons for the collapses and the cause of death, then we'll probably hear more about it. Just right now, the reasons for the deaths are unknown.

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  • PEDD
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    espn disrepect both bronco's and celtics

    not to belittle nash dennis johnson was a great nba player pluse it dont matter nash was a back up. people care. u dont report both deaths in 10 sec, and later do a 10-15 min report on a hockey fight.
    Last edited by PEDD; 02-25-2007, 08:30 AM. Reason: miss spell

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  • PatsCrowEater
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    Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC
    Lets face it guys we cant be mad at espn for a 10 sec story. We may be the only people that know him because he he is on our team. If he was on another team i bet a bunch of us would be like "who the hell is that". Its another sad story but lets face it he wasnt a big aenough player to get a big story.
    But ESPN led off SportsCenter with LSU beating Florida. I don't think that's bigger story than the passing of a 24 year-old NFL player who had an infant daughter.

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  • Den21-Bal19
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    Not made the NFL's front page either...................

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  • BR0NCOFANATIC
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    Lets face it guys we cant be mad at espn for a 10 sec story. We may be the only people that know him because he he is on our team. If he was on another team i bet a bunch of us would be like "who the hell is that". Its another sad story but lets face it he wasnt a big aenough player to get a big story.
    Last edited by BR0NCOFANATIC; 02-25-2007, 08:15 AM. Reason: spelling error

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  • CHARLIEADAMSFAN
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    Originally posted by CHARLIEADAMSFAN
    ESPN just being ESPN

    repeat myself

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