ESPN Enrages Viewers With Their “Heat Index” But Why Do They Have The Site?

October 14th, 2010 by Thomas Galicia Leave a reply »
I'm sure by now you're aware of launching "The Heat Index," a page entirely dedicated to the Miami Heat, last Monday.

The page includes former Miami Herald Heat insider Michael Wallace, international writer Sebastian Martinez-Christensen, a young up and coming writer that they claim will make his debut shortly, and the shocker for many, former Cleveland Plain-Dealer Cavaliers insider Brian Windhorst.

The last one actually caused an outrage among some Cavs fans, claiming its the same thing as LeBron (its not, do you know how much even NBA beat writers at a local newspaper get paid? Not as much as you would think, so much so that the chance to work for ESPN is considered a HUGE promotion. So where's the similarities other than location? I say good for "Scoop" or "Windy" as he's called, and welcome to Miami.)

But the fans are just upset period because they feel that the Miami Heat do not deserve such coverage. I guess they forgot a few things usually taught in any high school economics class:

1. ESPN is a business owned by an even bigger business, the Walt Disney Company.

2. This is the United States of America, a co ...

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