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Mark Jackson Claims He Never Preach About His Thoughts on Gay Marriage Around The Warriors or Streamed His Church Service From Arena (Video)

This week on The Breakfast Club Warriors player and NBA finals MVP, Andre Iguodala made several controversial claims against the former head coach and now ESPN, ABC commentator Mark Jackson.

These claims varied from allegedly Mark Jackson holding church sessions in the Warriors locker room. Andre alleged that coach Jackson would have bible study sessions streaming on his portable devices inside the locker room. He also alleged that Mark Jackson views on marriage and gender preference in preference with the Bible and sexuality was against ownership views.

Ironically the warriors President, Rick Welts is openly Gay. One could assume from Andre Iguodala’s claims and from the absence of Mark Jackson on the sideline he is indeed being blackballed.

This morning on Fox Sports Undisputed, Hall of Famer and co-tv host, Shannon Sharpe claims he was reached out to by Mark Jackson to clear the air. Shannon Sharp shared a text message from Mark Jackson this morning that stated,

“I didn’t have church, I never had church in that facility with anyone, I never expressed my views publicly with anyone on gay marriages, folks are all assuming”

In the end, I believe it is a combination of people not thinking Mark Jackson isn’t a good coach and him being too preachy, so even if he didn’t say it publicly if they know, that is what is getting him blackballed.

Flip the pages to see Shannon Sharpe reveal the text message from Mark Jackson as well as the original claim from Andre Iguodala.

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