Scott Van Pelt SportsCenter

This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media. 

“Come on, man. You’ve been doing this long enough.”

Following the Clippers’ Game 5 loss to go down 3-2 in their series vs the Jazz, a reporter (for some reason) asked Chris Paul if the Clippers would be back in Los Angeles for a Game 7. Well of course an athlete is going to believe they will win the next game. They wouldn’t be professional athletes if they didn’t have that confidence.

CP3 understandably didn’t like the question:

Paul and the Clippers did win Game 6, by the way. So there will indeed be a Game 7.

ESPN personalities react to the news of their colleagues being laid off

You surely have heard by now about the mass layoffs at ESPN, and on Wednesday, ESPN personalities that are fortunate enough to still have their jobs reacted on several programs to the rough news.

Adnan Virk was hosting the Rusillo and Kanell show, which made for a tough situation for him given that Danny Kanell was one of the people laid off.

Michelle Beadle addressed the situation on SportsNation:

Tony Reali did the same to conclude Around the Horn:

And then Scott Van Pelt used his “One Big Thing” segment on SportsCenter to address it:

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