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May
19

The NBA draft lottery and NBA playoffs were hot topics on Wednesday, but the topic of the day was the controversy between Florida Marlins star Hanley Ramirez and manager Fredi Gonazalez.

ESPN MLB analyst John Kruk says all the blame shouldn't go to Hanley Ramirez because star prospects are protected from criticism as they come up in the minor leagues. You can't start disciplining someone for the first time in MLB. John Kruk

ESPN MLB analyst Keith Law says he fully supports Florida Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez. Law says we're likely headed towards a fake apology from Ramirez and then the team will move on. Keith Law

ESPN NFL analyst Herman Edwards talks about dealing with a player like Florida Marlins star Hanley Ramirez. Edwards says Ramirez needs to address this situation with his teammates because he owes them effort. Herman Edwards

ESPN MLB insider Tim Kurkjian explains why he's upset about Florida Marlins star Hanley Ramirez's disrespectful comments about his manager. Tim Kurkjian

ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney says Florida Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez handled the Hanley Ramirez situation exactly right. Now he should meet with Ramirez, explain things to him and put him back in the game. Buster Olney

ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler shares his thoughts on the results of the NBA draft lottery and the rumors surrounding Kentucky coach John Calipari. Plus, Legler breaks down another Celtics win in Orlando. Tim Legler

ESPN NBA draft analyst Jay Bilas says that Kentucky point guard John Wall is the clear No. 1 pick. Bilas also breaks down some of the other top prospects. Jay Bilas

Boston Globe writer Bob Ryan says fans in Boston are enjoying seeing the return of the team that won the title in 2008. A big turning point for the team was when Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce decided this is Rajon Rondo's team. Bob Ryan

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