Social media is usually a cluster-fuck of people arguing over trivial things in life, but recently, the internet came together for a common goal, and that was to get rid of Ryan Hollins.
No, not take his life, but get him on television.
Tuesday seemed to be the last straw for sports fans when the former NBA player argued that Rajon Rondo, who’s averaged double figures just once in the last six seasons, was a better player right now than Chris Paul, who has averaged double figures every year of his career.
Here’s the clip:
That prompted a few social media users to take to Change.org and create several petitions to get him removed off ESPN. Thousands of people have now signed and left their remarks about why he needs to go now.
Here’s 1 petition.
The public has spoken, but will ESPN respond?
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