Novak Djokovic achieved his 19th career Grand Slam yesterday, beating Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas to win the 2021 French Open. You can count ESPN’s Michael Wilbon among the impressed. On Monday’s edition of Pardon The Interruption, Wilbon and host Tony Kornheiser discussed just how superb Djokovic is despite being in his...
UNCASVILLE, Conn. -- ESPN's Michael Wilbon and Mike Breen were honored with the print and broadcast versions of the Curt Gowdy Award on Friday night as part of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame's 2020 class of inductees. Wilbon, who spent 30 years at The Washington Post in addition to...
As we head into the final stretch of this year’s NBA regular season, MVP discussions are starting to heat up. During Wednesday’s episode of Pardon the Interruption, ESPN analyst Mike Wilbon revealed two names on his 2020-21 MVP ballot. His No. 1 pick for this year’s award, Nikola Jokic, should come as no surprise to NBA fans. But, if you heard the third name on his list earlier on in the season, you may think you were dreaming.
ESPN’s Michael Wilbon Once Bit a Coworker While Watching Michael Jordan in Order to Protect His Own Reputation
From afar, working in sports media may seem like a dream job. As with anything else, though, things can be much less glamorous when you’re in the trenches. Just ask ESPN’s Michael Wilbon about that. Before joining the Worldwide Leader, Mike Wilbon worked for the Washington Post and found himself...
Michael Wilbon Angrily Destroys Chicago Bears and Aggressively Attacks 2 Members for Ruining the Franchise
ESPN’s Michael Wilbon is a Chicago native, so he’s a die-hard Chicago Bears fan. The popular ESPN writer has been suffering since the 1985 season, as that was the last time the Bears won the Super Bowl. While Chicago has had a few good teams since the Monsters of the...
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ESPN on-air personality and co-host of Pardon The Interruption along with Tony Kornheiser has predicted the Iona Gaels to upset the Crimson Tide in their first round matchup on Saturday afternoon. While appearing as a guest on Kornheiser's podcast, Wilbon stated "The biggest upset pick anyone on your show will...
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The national media, which has largely ignored Indiana basketball during the past four years of the Archie Miller era, jumped in on his firing on Monday. Two prominent voices on ESPN with Big Ten loyalties, Michael Wilbon (Northwestern) and Scott Van Pelt (Maryland), didn't think it was right for Indiana to fire Miller.
Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul is releasing a memoir, "Sixty-One: Life Lessons from Papa, On and Off the Court," that will be co-written by ESPN's Michael Wilbon, per the Associated Press. The book was written in tribute to Paul's late grandfather, Nathaniel Jones, who died while Paul was in high...
Jones passed away at 61 when the Phoenix Suns star was in high school. Paul coincidentally scored 61 points in his first basketball game following his grandfather’s death. “‘Sixty-One’ is a celebration of my Papa Chilly who helped shape who I am today and what I value,” Paul said in a statement.
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FULL INTERVIEW: Michael Wilbon on Memphis Sports. Thinks Ja is already a full-blown star & hopes Penny can turn Memphis around.
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The NFL season is winding down after Championship weekend and we’re breaking down the AFC and NFC Championship games all day on The Fan. ESPN’s Michael Wilbon joined Inside Access to give his thoughts on what he saw this weekend. Michael joined Jason and Ken to talk about what the...
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