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ESPN owes Maci Morris an apology after WNBA Draft mistake

As we know all too well here at KSR, typos happen, but man, ESPN really messed up last night.

During the WNBA Draft, ESPN reported on its ticker that the Seattle Storm selected Kentucky’s Maci Morris with the 36th pick — the final pick of the draft — when in fact, the Storm actually drafted South Dakota State’s Macy Miller.

Ouch. Someone at ESPN owes both Maci Morris and Macy Miller an apology. Even Steve Harvey is cringing.

Thankfully, it sounds like Morris has been invited to the Washington Mystics training camp, but still, what a mess.

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6 Comments for ESPN owes Maci Morris an apology after WNBA Draft mistake



  1. Smyrna_Cat
    11:14 am April 11, 2019 Permalink

    Yes, they do owe her an apology and I am sure she will get it (if she hasn’t already). But it doesn’t compare to the Miss Universe thing.



  2. chris43
    11:38 am April 11, 2019 Permalink

    Damn now that it messed up…smh



  3. bbn606
    12:43 pm April 11, 2019 Permalink

    ESPN owes UK apologies in every sport it seems.



  4. StuckinLville
    1:05 pm April 11, 2019 Permalink

    Espn pretty much sucks at everything they do. It’s turning into MTV.



  5. jaws2
    6:17 pm April 11, 2019 Permalink

    I have zero love for ESPN, but you have to consider in 2012 it was 24hrs a day BBN on ESPN. They usually ride the hottest band wagon every year. This year 24hr Zion coverage and Puke. Next year if we’re hot it’ll be BBN. Just the way today’s media is these days.



  6. satcheluk
    6:55 pm April 11, 2019 Permalink

    I love Maci Morris and everything she accomplished here, but her lack of foot speed I would think will prevent her from making it in the WNBA. I hope I am wrong.