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kn95 face mask, Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 29 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. ESPN color commenter Richard Jefferson was known as a pretty good shooter during his time in the NBA. But on Wednesday night, Jefferson’s coronavirus joke about a Detroit Pistons player was a total misfire in the view of many fans on social media. While working the Brooklyn Nets-Pistons game at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., Jefferson commented after Detroit forward Tony Snell missed a pair of three-point shot attempts in the third quarter, with Detroit trailing by six points.
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kn95 face mask - “Snell coming back from the flu,” his ESPN play-by-play partner observed. “Guessing that it takes you a while to get your wind and your cardio back after that.” “Well, he’s shooting like he had the coronavirus,” Jefferson replied. “That’s the way he’s shooting right now. So hopefully he’ll be feeling better and get his stroke right.” Although Jefferson’s partner chuckled at the remark, many fans on social media made clear they weren’t amused.