Dear reporters: It's not cool to troll athletes and coaches
Hey, we have to pay the bills somehow.
Every now and then a question does not come off the way we hoped it would, sometimes leading to it sounding kind of dumb.
But mean? No, never mean.
That's one thing Bobby Ramos of "Bottom Line" cannot say, not after what he asked members of the Miami Heat following Tuesday night's game between them and the San Antonio Spurs.
Ramos' questions were so bad, so ridiculous, that the interviewees' only options were to either ignore them or respond in the most sarcastic way possible.
On the back of all media credentials it states that they can be revoked at any time for any reason.
The guess here is Ramos may find it tough to get into American Airlines Arena for Game 4 Thursday night.
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