ESPN analyst Chris Broussard, who drew a firestorm of controversy earlier this year following his anti-gay remarks regarding NBA basketball player Jason Collins, took to Twitter last week and told…
Debate over coverage of NBA center Jason Collins' revelation that he is gay "still resonates in ESPN conference rooms."
Truth be told, nobody was really interested before Monday in whether ESPN basketball analyst Chris Broussard thinks homosexuality is a sin.
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ESPN pro basketball analyst Chris Broussard generated his own controversy with comments on live television Monday that equated homosexuality to sin.
Even ESPN and ESPN.com seemed at odds over how to treat the NBA center's decision to out himself as gay.
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