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NBA fans quickly realized that the HORSE Challenge was just terrible TV – For The Win

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Well, it was worth a try, I guess.

With the sports world at a complete standstill amid the coronavirus pandemic, the NBA, WNBA and ESPN had the idea of getting star players (from past and present) to compete in a HORSE tournament for charity.

The HORSE Challenge would take place at each player’s respective courts at their homes and driveways. The footage would be shot with cellphones and sent to ESPN for editing a few days later.

We’re all desperate for sports, so the idea was cool in theory. Fans were actually excited about it.

But when it came time to see the actual broadcast on Sunday, the HORSE Challenge was a huge letdown with laughably poor video quality. The first 30-plus minutes were Trae Young and Chauncey Billups in a battle of pixelated video.

NBA fans had plenty of jokes.

And that’s not all: ESPN plans to stretch the HORSE Challenge out to a multi-day tournament. Just end it now.

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