The Nuggets regained control of the NBA Finals Wednesday night by defeating the Miami Heat 109-94 on the road. With a 2-1 lead in the series, NBA fans agree that Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is the best big man in the NBA right now. He had 32 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists in last night’s win. It was his 10th postseason triple-double.
Despite the absurd numbers, Jemere Hill still doesn’t like how he invites fouls on opponents.
Hill shot Jokic after he flopped too much during the match, luring the umpire into making a foul call. The former ESPN personality has not covered sports since leaving ESPN in October 2018 following a series of tweets calling former President Donald Trump a “white supremacist.”
With her future with Spotify uncertain, she seems poised to return to sports journalism.
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Hill posted a GIF of modeling falling down, comparing it to how Jokic fell.
Hill forgot to mention that Jokic attempted just eight free throws throughout the playoffs, averaging 7.2 per game. His attempts per game are slightly above the regular-season average of just six per game.
Jokic can get a little carried away with his on-court antics, like stealing the ball and shoving Suns owner Matt Ishbier and knocking Markieff Morris to the floor from behind.
Either way, Hill started a great conversation on social media. It came to visit her about that comment of hers, which she called them “The Jokitch Hive.” Of course, she coped with all of them, and she should seriously consider returning to the world of sports. Her sports commentary has been controversial on social media and has received great response from social media users.
Bloomberg reported Friday that Hill’s podcast, “Jemele Hill Is Unbothered,” is leaving Spotify to find a new home. She was quick to refute those rumors on social media.
The report comes four years after Spotify signed Joe Rogan to a deal worth $200 million for his podcast in 2019. Hill responded by saying he would love to see a black podcaster get that kind of money.
“What I want is to give someone black $100 million,” Hill told The New York Times in 2019.
Sources close to Shadow League also said she never asked for the $100 million and that the company failed to honor the promises it made to her during the 2020 George Floyd scandal. In fact, Mr. Hill had to pay a significant amount of his own money to successfully resolve the situation.
For now, Hill says she and Spotify will continue to work together, but time will tell. She should know that her voice will always hold an important place in the world of sports.