AUDIO – ESPN’s Ryan Hollins says he loved every minute of Magic’s anti-Lakers rant on First Take

The former NBA player said that it had to be done.

Magic Johnson was brought in and set up to fail by L.A. owner Jeanie Buss.

After hearing his name bashed for six weeks, Hollins said the Lakers’ legend had to defend his good name.

And what about LeBron James role in all of this Lakers’ dysfunction?

Hollins said LeBron’s people told him that he’s in Los Angeles to stay, but that he’s going to lay back and let GM Rob Pelinka do his job.

 

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Author: Steve Cofield

Host of Cofield & Co., and 3-6p PT slot since 2007. Native of the Jersey Shore. Went to Rutgers. Has worked for Yahoo! Sports and Sporting News Radio. Currently doing shows with SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio and RUSH. Las Vegas resident since 1996. Fan of the Yankees, Serena Williams, Jets and RU. Hobbies include making soup, downing jalapeno beer, hooping it up and singing karaoke. Vocal influences include Gene Wilder and Sammy Davis Jr.

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