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ESPN chink in the armor not racist at all

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Uploaded on Feb 18, 2012

everyone is making a big deal about the espn "chink in the armor" reference, saying that it is racist. it really wasn't. it's just a cliche commonly used when looking for a flaw in great sport players/teams.

Update: The video actually came from Wednesday after a win where they asked Walt Frazier if Lin had a chink in the armor. He said it was his turnovers. No one said anything then. So on Friday after they lose and because of the turnovers Frazier mentioned, the headline on their website is Chink in the Armor: Jeremy Lin's 9 Turnovers Cost Knicks in Streak-Snapping Loss To Hornets. There's nothing wrong with that. The same thing would have been said about any player in the same situation. No matter what their race is. Lin shouldn't be exempt just because he is asian. That in fact would be racist for excluding him from that saying since he is Asian.

link to part two of my video:
http://youtu.be/GWdr81w9pOY

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