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Video: ESPN’s Dan LeBatard is a Tad Bit Excited About LeBron Coming to South Beach

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, July 11th, 2010
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One of the great things about local radio is that for the most part, they are unabashed homers.

They don’t even try to hide it.

When something bad happens, it always sounds like a funeral.  I have XM radio because I am a National Sports Reporter, but every once in a while, I will tune in to the local guys here in Saint Louis.

To hear them talk about the Rams sometimes is like listening to a mom talking about one of her sons who has been in and out of prison for the last five years.

On the flip side, when something good happens, their exuberance is so over the top it becomes pure comedy.

That brings us to ESPN and local Miami radio guy Dan LeBatard, who you can say was pleased by the signing of LeBron James.

The “Coming to America” line is nice, but the “South Beach open your legs” is better, if not a bit creepy.

Actually, the video below of his co-host¬†“Stugots” may even be a little bit better.

Enjoy.

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  1. iMoops says:

    Yeah Blksports I forgot to tell you these guys cohost the radio show.

  2. that was funny…Riley is the new Hyman Roth….he's gotcha and u dont see it coming..

  3. gobulls 2011 says:

    i can truely dig the run the point night idea
    gansta….pimp…don…godfather….. he got'em all discounted….size matters but its thickness they want totally hilarious

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