Commentary is an important part of presentation in basketball video games (and most sports games, for that matter). When it’s done well, it adds to a feeling of authenticity, helping to create the illusion that you’re watching a real game.
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And on Tuesday night, an emotional Vitale returned to the commentary booth for ESPN's coverage of the college basketball game between No. 1 Gonzaga and No. 2 UCLA.
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A great piece of sports commentary must contain several elements. It has to be dramatic, passionate, funny where possible, but above all memorable. Here are the OSM top 10.
The Truth Has Been Ignored. John Giustina/Getty Images. Back in June, media outlets looking to find racial bigotry in America promoted a story of a basketball game in Coronado, California. The media posted video of the incident, in which two students tossed tortillas into the air, which a local CBS outlet called a “ disturbing moment .”. The media presented the story as the tortillas being thrown by Coronado students at their Orange Glen opponents, described as “mostly Hispanic.”.