its, yahooNBA...not yahooLAKERS...
ok yahoo...why o why?...year after year...is your head writer (expert) obsessed with the lakers...i don't care who his favorite team is, or his favorite player (bryant)....but , at least , BE A PROFESSIONAL, and write about the NBA >....WOJNAROWSKI uses this yahoo stage you give him, to preach his OBSESSION with bryant/lakers with all of us, like he is sharing the gospel ....his emotional bias just leaks out from every word he writes...there is no excuse this year for top billing, they will probably not even make the playoffs...Yahoo Nba, i am asking you for parity in reporting, please!
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What ever happened to objective reporting? Passan, Brown, Coles.... Some of us like to see well written articles about our own teams once and a while. Passan's article about the Detroit Tigers was one of the most poorly written articles I've ever read. The bias your writers show towards their favorite teams is truly nauseating. The lack of knowledge they show when writing about teams other than their favorites is appalling. I have to ask myself, do these guys really watch the sport they report on? The only decent writer Yahoo employes is Cotsonika, not once has he shown favoritism towards the Detroit teams that he used to cover. All other yahoo writers need to be replaced asap. Bring back objective reporting!
congrats to woj ...after 3 straight laker/bryant tribute articles, he realized there are other teams/players in the nba, and wrote a short little info-article on drummond....job well done!
i didn't write this, but i do agree, and wonder how yahoo can stand behind
one writers blatant laker/bryant bias and attacks ?????
"I don't know what Adrian Wojnarowski is like in person, but in print he has a nasty disposition and never misses the opportunity to make the most cutting comment possible. I think he has good analytical skills, but his way of expressing things is usually unnecessarily mean-spirited. I agree that D'Antoni isn't doing a good job and was a poor choice, but does that mean he deserves this kind of flaying?"