Lawsuit: Jim Gray Sent Around Dumb Anti-Obama Tea Party Meme

Late last month, a former employee filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against Los Angeles real estate mogul Mike Meldman, alleging racial discrimination and harassment. The full suit is here, but we're mostly concerned with a cameo appearance from pseudojournalist-for-hire Jim Gray. » 11/19/13 12:16pm 11/19/13 12:16pm

Chris Arreola Responded To Don King's "Wetbacks" Comment By Calling King…

Chris Arreola knocked Eric Molina out in the first round of their heavyweight bout this weekend in Corpus Christi, then sent Showtime ring reporter Jim Gray reeling with a closing statement on Don King. » 2/20/12 4:00pm 2/20/12 4:00pm

"A Good Deed Never Goes Unpunished, You Know?": Meet The Innovator Who…

There's another important American anniversary to celebrate this week, and one that we should all be congratulated for enduring together: a year ago this Friday, July 8, LeBron James settled into a director's chair at a Greenwich Boys & Girls Club and told Jim Gray about biting his fingernails. He also announced that he … » 7/05/11 2:50pm 7/05/11 2:50pm

The Decision About LeBron's Decision Was An Orgy Of Self-Interest, With …

There's a brief section about The Decision in Those Guys Have All the Fun, and if the details aren't exactly fresh, the takeaway is somewhat new: Everyone involved was using everyone else for their own ends to produce what amounted to a massive orgy that they all came to regret the next day. And LeBron was just the… » 5/19/11 5:47pm 5/19/11 5:47pm

Jim Gray's Prerogative: Getting Thrown Off Golf Channel Coverage

USA Today reports that Jim Gray, infomercial host and occasional sports commentator, has been pulled from Golf Channel's broadcast of this week's Northern Trust Open. On Thursday, Gray took part in a profanity-laden screaming match with Bobby Brown, Dustin Johnson's caddy, after Johnson nearly missed his tee time and… » 2/18/11 1:35pm 2/18/11 1:35pm

LeBron Watch, Day 50: What ESPN Should Have Asked LeBron James

On a night when LeBron James became the most hated man in basketball, only one network had a chance to ask him tough questions about a decision that will shape the future the NBA. And, of course, they didn't do that. » 7/09/10 11:40am 7/09/10 11:40am