daullaz wrote:On the show he was talking about how unfair the salary cap in basketball is. He said because there's more people that live in New York, they should have a better basketball team, and by spending more money they would be able to do that. He said San Antonio shouldn't be competitive because of the small number of people they have living there as opposed to New York. He seems to place a higher importance on quantity of fans than quality of management. Chad Ford was on the program, as he said that even if you add up the Pistons' and Spurs' payroll, it wouldn't equal the payroll of the Knicks. Kellerman tried to counter that by saying, "Well, those cities combined don't come near the population of New York." He is a complete moron. Though I did enjoy him on Around the Horn, that was mainly because the show was centered around the sports writers opinions, not his own. He works a lot better as a complimentary piece, IMO.
Kellerman is some ass, man. He's just awful to listen to. I couldn't stand him on Around the Horn, I,MAX, and I thank God I get to listen to Mike and the Mad Dog instead of him.