Chris Broussard is jumping ship in hopes of finding love. The longtime NBA reporter is leaving ESPN after 12 years, and heading to Fox Sports 1, in a role that has yet to be defined. Can't wait to join @RealSkipBayless @ShannonSharpe @ColinCowherd @WhitlockJason @getnickwright @jimjackson419 @FS1 !!!! — Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) October 15, 2016 ESPN
What really happened with DeAndre Jordan and Mark Cuban? Well, it looks like Cuban just one-upped Jordan by detailing how cowardly Jordan acted towards him.
Chris Broussard made a business decision when it came to Mark Cuban’s offer of $100K to the charity of his choice, if he’d divulge his sources. Hours after Cuban detailed the events prior to Jordan snubbing the Mavericks to return to the Clippers — Chris Broussard apologized for not contacting the Mavs owner before tweeting
Now I can see why as a member of the media, it’s just best to ignore the rude comments you get sometimes. ESPN’s own Chris Broussard got pulled into the dark side of Twitter Thursday night, and the interaction was too hilarious not to report on. According to The Big Lead, Broussard was minding his own