On today's episode of Numbers Never Lie, espnW's Sarah Spain filled in for Jemele Hill to debate with Michael Smith and Jorge Sedano. One topic involved the Knicks, who aren't in the ongoing NBA playoffs. In so many words, Spain justifiably wondered why the fuck they were talking about the Knicks.
ESPN's Mike Greenberg had to milk a cow today as a result of losing some March Madness bet, while Mike Golic described the process. When Greenberg finally started milking—at about the one-minute mark—it took only a few seconds before the cow gave her opinion of Mike & Mike all over the platform (and Greenberg).
Frank Caliendo's a bit of a schmuck, but this skit for a fake Richard Sherman 30 For 30 has some legitimately funny impressions. Jon Gruden, Ron Jaworski, and Bill Belichick are all well done, as is his more subtle Adam Schefter. Now you can go back to not caring about Frank Caliendo.
ESPN.com/ESPN Mag columnist LZ Granderson joined CNN last week, apparently writing a weekly column in addition to his ESPN gig. Why would Granderson need another online platform, one might wonder, especially since his Page 2 pieces often tackle stuff other columnists won't?
Bobby Valentine, who once proved that it takes no more than a fake mustache and a novelty t-shirt to manage a MLB team (provided, of course, that you already manage said team), is in his second year of his second stint at ESPN. This year, the spotlight's shining extra bright on Valentine, who has replaced beloved…