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Michael Wilbon Has Interesting Comparison For Novak Djokovic

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...
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Michael Wilbon Reveals His Current Pick For NBA MVP

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.
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ESPN’s Michael Wilbon Predicts Iona to Upset Alabama

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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Suns' Chris Paul Publishing Memoir in September Co-Written by Michael Wilbon

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...
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Chris Paul to release memoir co-written by Michael Wilbon in September

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.

“We’ve Seen The Best Of James Harden. James Harden Ain’t Gonna Be The Best Player On Any Team That Wins A Championship,” Says Michael Wilbon

The James Harden saga continues for the Houston Rockets. The players recently claimed he’s focused on staying with the team but everything else points out that the Beard is ready to leave the franchise this season. Harden landed in Houston in 2012 from the Oklahoma City Thunder and ever since that moment, things changed for the organization. Harden became the face and soul of the team and that has become a problem for the team.