NBA CRASH: Golf Championship Delivers 50% MORE VIEWERS than ANY NBA Playoff Game

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.26.21

American viewers continued to abandon the NBA in droves in recent months, opting instead to watch the PGA championship in record numbers.

“Despite all the hype for the NBA playoffs one year after the bubble, stars like LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, Chris Paul, James Harden, and Joel Embiid took an L this weekend to the PGA Championship. A bad one,” writes sports website Outkick.

“As first noted by Sports Business Journal, the final round of the PGA Championship drew 6.6 million viewers, up from 5.2 million in 2020 and 5.0 million in 2019,” adds the outlet.


“The truth is, the NBA is just not as popular as we’ve been led to believe. It’s the primary sport on ESPN/ABC. It’s the most frequently talked about sport on social media. Its players’ views align with those with the loudest voices in our country. Combine all that, and you have a product promoted well beyond its interest level,” concludes the writer.

Read the full report here.

LeBRON UPDATE: James Deletes Tweet, Insists ‘Anger Still Here for What Happened to That Lil Girl’

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.22.21


LeBron James reacted to a growing backlash on social media this week after tweeting, then deleting, a message to a Columbus cop involved in a police shooting; saying he was “damn tired of seeing Black people killed by police.”

“ANGER does any of us any good and that includes myself! Gathering all the facts and educating does though! My anger still is here for what happened that lil girl. My sympathy for her family and may justice prevail!” posted the NBA star.

“I’m so damn tired of seeing Black people killed by police. I took the tweet down because its being used to create more hate -This isn’t about one officer.  it’s about the entire system and they always use our words to create more racism. I am so desperate for more ACCOUNTABILITY,” he added.

Original Story:

NBA legend LeBron James issued a public statement to the Columbus, Ohio police officer who shot a teenager Tuesday night after she allegedly attacked another minor with a knife; telling the cop “You’re Next.”


James deleted the message after users on social media complained about the veiled threat.

“Ma’Khia Bryant, a young Black girl, was shot and killed by a Columbus police officer Tuesday afternoon while yielding a knife and attempting to stab another female, and her death has since sparked national outrage,” reports WKYC.

“The Akron native and current Los Angeles Laker has since received nearly 5,000 replies to his tweet, many arguing about whether or not the shooting of Bryant was justified,” adds the news outlet.

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BACKLASH: USA Today Calls LeBron James’ China Defense ‘Most Disgraceful Moment of His Career’

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.15.19

The backlash against NBA superstar LeBron James reached a fever-pitch Tuesday afternoon, with a major American newspaper calling his pro-China comments the “most disgraceful moment of his career.”

“On behalf of the 327 million American citizens who generally believe that freedom is good and authoritarian regimes are less good, let me apologize to LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers,” writes Dan Wolken.

“It must have been a real inconvenience to take that 13-hour chartered flight to China last week and hang around a luxury hotel in Shanghai for five days while promotional appearances got canceled. Surely it was awful to be in the middle of an international firestorm where the stakes were so high: Would preseason NBA games be played or not?” adds the author.

“LeBron, we’ve come to expect more of you. You’re obviously an intelligent person, a compassionate person and a socially conscious person. At this point in your life and career, it’s part of your brand. But to present that face to an American audience while essentially admitting that all you care about when it comes to the rest of the world is cashing those big checks — well, let’s just say it doesn’t look very good on you,” writes Wolken.

Read the full report at USA Today.

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