ESPN First Take Asks Should San Antonio Spurs Rest Their Stars in Game 6?

Jun 9, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker (left), power forward Tim Duncan (center), and shooting guard Manu Ginobili (right) react during the end of the fourth quarter of game two of the 2013 NBA Finals at the American Airlines Arena. Miami Heat won 103-84. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Okay, before you decide to not read the article and start bashing, this was a legitimate question that was asked by the crew on ESPN’s First Take. We should be happy that they weren’t asking any Tim Tebow questions or senselessly bashing LeBron James, but the fact that they would even waste our time and bother to ask such an asinine question goes to show where exactly this show has gone and the type of viewers they are trying to attract.

Don’t believe this was an actual question?

Here is your proof:

While the obvious answer is no, you have to wonder if anyone actually took the time to try to defend that argument or strategy. I understand that First Take is just one giant episode of trolling after another, but this really takes things to another level.

The real question I want to be answered is, “Should ESPN put First Take to rest?”

I think we would all say yes.

Topics: NBA Finals, San Antonio Spurs

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