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NBA, Video / Apr 22, 2010 / 6:00 pm

Clip Of The Day: Lawrence Frank Drops The F-Bomb On ESPN

This is amazing! When former Nets coach Lawrence Frank appeared on ESPN’s First Take yesterday morning, Frank gave his opinion of LeBron‘s Game 2 performance against the Bulls. Only thing was, he didn’t realized that the cameras were rolling as he referred to LeBron as “that f****r” and his former Nets as “shit.”



Apparently Frank was scheduled to appear on a number of ESPN shows, but those appearances were subsequently cancelled.

What do you think?

Source: You Been Blinded via The Big Lead

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  • life-p

    Def Comedy Jam for real…

  • Nigel

    First. Wow he got two swears in there.

  • Bizz

    hahahahaha did you see the broadcasters with the nervous laugh, and then try to play it off ahahahahahahaha classic

  • S-SiN

    And u qualify? How about the red fucker in the studio on the right side acting like this drunk shit ain’t got shit to do with his ass. watch again.

  • S-SiN

    former nets coach!

    get it?

  • sh!tfaced

    …bet he’s still loves to watch reruns of The Sopranos.

  • QQ

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    Tim Fucking Legler has the best reaction!!! Looked up at the other 2 anchors, then when the middle one laughed, put up the FAKEST FUCKING LAUGH in the history of laughs!!!! THAT HAD ME ROLLING SERIOUSLY!!!

  • lucky

    oops, are we still taping? hahahaha

  • spit hot fiyah

    QQ is right, legler’s fake laugh is hilarious, instant classic

  • geoluhread

    “and his former Nets as “shit.”

    he didn’t call the nets “shit”. “some of that shit we were putting up there.”

    it wasn’t derogatory towards the nets. “some of the shit we were putting up there.”

    honestly. who throws a shoe? really?

  • fallinup

    hahaha… got a little TOOOOOOOOOOO comfortable there, Larry.

  • Diego

    Frank is like some reality show young contestant who was given by the show chance to coach the N.J. Nets.

    Now that true reality has struck, Frank will end up being an average high school coach somewhere. And perhaps his team will occasionally play the Eric Spoelstra-coached high school team (when Spoelstra too loses his reality show spot as the Heat’s coach and falls back down to earth).

  • Dan

    @Diego

    haha ,you mad at the heat too?