Producer of the Wes McElroy Show from 3pm - 6pm
Jesse has been with Clear Channel Media & Entertainment since 2010. He considers himself a Richmond transplant as he has lived in the River City for over 10 years now but grew up in the Western Maryland area. Deciding to attend VCU he studied Broadcast Journalism and English while spending time working at radio stations WVCW and WRIR. Jesse is currently the producer for the Wes McElroy Show as well as other shows for Sports Radio 910. Being from the Maryland area he is a diehard fan of the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington Capitals. Besides his work at Sports Radio 910 he also writes a blog for VCU basketball’s radio website.
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Obliviously the Miami Heat fan base knows more about basketball than the rest of us. Because you know with 25 seconds left in only a 5-point game with the season on the line your first reaction is to get on your feet and cheer loud….wait it’s not? It’s too….leave the arena?! Now look I’m not going to point out the correlation of the rise of attendance in South Beach after the signing of Chris Bosh and Lebron James, or the number of Heat jerseys bought after 2010, I’m not going to go there. Because Miami is the basketball capital of the world, and us on the outside wouldn’t even dare to debate that fact. Ok enough with the sarcasm, Miami Heat fans that live in South Beach you guys just plain suck. Who the hell leaves Game 6 of the NBA Finals with 25 seconds left and only down by 5, and with the best player in the world on your team?! Especially right in front of the team president and architect of the Big 3, Pat Riley.
Have you never watched a basketball game before in your entire life?! We’re you there to just socialize?! Have you never seen Christian Laettner’s Hail Mary in the 1992 National title game, Robert Horry for the Lakers in 2002 and the Spurs in 2005, or even Michael Jordan’s last shot as a Bull?! I don’t feel bad for you at all that you missed one of the greatest shots in NBA Finals history, and one that probably made Doc Rivers, Paul Pierce, and Kevin Garrett puke.
And then you’re idiots for thinking you could rush back to the arena and get back in. Have you never been to a sporting event before? Numbers for the Dolphins and Marlins would say no. But the golden rule, the sign that’s written in big bold letters on the front doors at every stadium and arena, NO RE-ENTRY.
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Your own news organizations are right for ripping your lousy, bandwagon, just-want-to-be-seen-there-and-not-heard fan base. I can imagine those tickets weren’t cheap, and if I were you I would at least lie about leaving that game early. Heat fans your team is on the verge of winning back-to-back titles and you guys just plain suck.