The company’s official Twitter account released a statement announcing the decision and thanking its users over the last several years.
"You got to the NBA Finals! That’s not a negative, that he lost.”
"That ain't right. You should be fair. Just cause me and Michael, we're great friends, I don't give him a hall pass."
"Those games were on NBC. We would show doubleheaders and sometimes tripleheaders on network television when the media landscape was much, much different."
"Michael got offended about something I said about him. And we haven’t spoken in probably almost 10 years. And he was my best friend at the...
Instead the graphic on screen showed comments, attributed to Bleacher Report, which came from a parody Twitter account called Ballsack Sports.
"Athletes already have the fame and the brand. They are the story and consumers help drive that story with their engagement."
Jeffrey Jordan will lead the company alongside Jeron Smith, and Daniel George.
“I may go as far to say Mike ruined basketball."
"He told the ESPN Radio morning crew that Scottie Pippen complaining isn't changing anyone's mind."