Did ESPN’s Rob Ninkovich Throw Shade At Lakers’ LeBron James Space Jam 2?

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The Buffalo Bills beat the defending Super Bowl Champions 31-10. Josh Allen finished with 297 yards on 26/31 completions with three touchdowns and two interceptions. He also added 56 yards for ten carries, averaging 5.6 per carry, and scored a touchdown.

Allen’s primary target was Stefan Diggs, who had eight catches for 122 yards and a touchdown. Diggs averaged 15.2 yards per catch.

Some, including the NBA star and Cleveland Browns fan LeBron James Allen’s Thursday night performance, was a reminder of what he could’ve brought to the Browns if they took him in the 2018 draft. The franchise had two opportunities to draft Allen with the number one and fourth pick before being selected by the Bills with the seventh pick.

”The Browns of Cleveland really passed on Josh Allen twice. Life changing fumble,” said Cuff The Legend.

James added,” Please don’t do this!! Josh Allen is so GOOD, man!!”

On Friday morning, ESPN’s Rob Ninkovich was on Get Up and during the Bills segment Ninkovich was asked about Josh Allen in the red zone, after he scored by scrambling.

“You are not going to stop him. I’m a big Space Jam fan, the first Space Jam fan & right here looks like MJ against “The Monstars,” stretching out to score the game-winning point,” says Ninkovich.

With Ninkovich specifying which Space Jam he is a fan of, it could be taken that he wasn’t a fan of Lakers forward LeBron James’ Space Jam 2.

What do you think?

Written by Landon Buford

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