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Adrian Wojnarowski zings ESPN's Amin Elhassan over LeBron James report

ESPN has been credited with breaking the big LeBron James opt-out story that is taking over everything this fine Tuesday morning. Good job ESPN. Although, if you ask Adrian Wojnarowski, it’s really not that impressive a feat for ESPN to break a story, given their incredible resources.

This amusing exchange went down on Twitter between Yahoo’s NBA news-breaking machine Wojnarowski and ESPN NBA analyst Amin Elhassan. It began with Woj crediting ESPN – therefore going against the sometime-practice of outlets refusing to give each other credit for breaking news – and Elhassan getting snarky.

 

 

Burned.

Elhassan attempted to save face by joking about the whole thing.

 

 

Sorry Elhassan, but Wojnarowski owned you that one. He’s been eating ESPN’s lunch for years now on breaking NBA news, and you guys have been jerks about not giving credit. You getting snarky on that is just as lame as it gets.

You deserved to have your ass torched, ESPN stooge. Go make Skip Bayless an egg salad sandwich.

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