The guys go fishin’ with some of the teams that failed to make the playoffs.


  1. Patrick says:

    Dear Charles,

    Thank you for speaking the truth about the Knicks – Celtics game. The Ref blow two call against the Knicks. The late foul on Camello was a non-call. K.G clearly tripped Douglas but that wasn’t called. Also, you are right about Mello, he was trying to be a hero. When Jordan came back and scored 55 against the Knicks, I only remembered the last play when he pass the ball to Wellington. Mello should have passed the ball to Douglas he was open. If Mello is going to be successful in NY he must change his game.

    Thanks Charles.

  2. Paul says:

    Hey Charles I have noticed that u have calmed down and almost stopped ur swearing on tv thanks man I love watching u on television but there for a while several of the announcers (that younger Adam guy) was the worst and u sometimes said such profanity I had to block espn. I appreciate that u haven’t been doing it like before man. I don’t have a question but a comment again thanks

    Sent from Little Pauls Iphone 

  3. Bud Needham says:

    When teams get eliminated I wish you would play a song by the Chairmen of The Board
    “Gone Fishin’ “. I thought with Kenny Smith & his Carolina connection he would have heard of this Beach Music song from the Carolinas.

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