Editor’s Note: The following was written by Harold Leeder, editor-in-chief of The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of fake news you can’t count on.
A giddy and gleeful Colin Cowherd took to the airwaves on whatever obscure Fox Sports radio station he is on now to bask in the glory of John Wall’s disappointing Game 7 performance on Monday night. Cowherd opened his show and then repeated for three hours (as is the format of his show) his belief that the Washington Wizards would’ve won last night’s series deciding game if John Wall hadn’t danced during player introductions of a regular season opener over six years ago.
Cowherd, whose name is difficult to type even for this author, finished packing fifteen minutes of content into his three hour radio show, then it was time to take to television and debate a man who inexplicably wears a fedora in 2017. Cowherd, armed with his fifteen minutes of hot John Wall takes he’d sharpened over the last three hours, explained in detail how the Wizards would’ve been preparing for Game 1 against the Cleveland Cavaliers had John Wall not done The Dougie as a rookie and if he’d chosen to have had a father growing up.