Donovan McNabb’s NBA Knowledge Rivals His Understanding of NFL OT Rules
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Current NFL Network analyst, longtime beater of the Redskins and former Redskin Donovan McNabb has been hyper critical of RGIII, but perhaps its time for him to turn that criticism on himself.
We’re all familiar with his mental mistakes sprinkled throughout his thirteen-year NFL career, like that time he refused to wear a wristband with plays on it, after reports surfaced he didn’t know the entire Redskins’ offense, or there was that time with the Eagles when he let time run out in overtime, because he didn’t know games could end in a tie (after 10 years in the NFL).
More recently though, he’s made a couple of blunders in his post-NFL career, like when he boldly predicted RGIII couldn’t work in Washington, as well as other comments about Griffin which clearly point to the bad blood he shares with the franchise.
And then there was today, when he stepped into the brave frontier of NBA basketball commentary.
As anyone who’s been following the NBA Finals knows, the Spurs victory in Game 5 gave them a 3-2 series lead over the Heat, with a chance to eliminate them for the championship in Game 6.
Enter Donovan McNabb (via Crossing Broad):
Is it a must win for the Heat or the Spurs?—
Donovan McNabb (@donovanjmcnabb) June 18, 2013
Kyle Shanahan sends his regards, Donovan.