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Brian Windhorst literally slid out of ESPN’s broadcast

WEEEEEEEEE! Sliding into free agency like... — NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) July 1, 2017 Free agency can make people frantic. As soon as news hits that a star player gets traded, people start scrambling to their phones to get all their information. Sometimes that phone isn’t within reach and then you’re racing towards somewhere. But then there’s whatever Brian Windhorst was doing on Friday night.
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