Thursday, February 7, 2013

Wildcat Basketball Fans Didn't Much Care For Bill Walton Last Night

Posted By on Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 4:09 PM

If you're an Arizona basketball fan, you already know that the 'Cats ended up beating the Stanford Cardinal 73-66 last night at the McKale Center—and if you were watching the game on television, you likely noted the commentary of ESPN color analyst and basketball great Bill Walton.

Being a web producer/social media person/guy with a Facebook account, I couldn't escape the mass of Facebook and Twitter messages that rained down, pouring disdain for ESPN color analyst and basketball great Bill Walton, who apparently was either completely absurd last night:


Or completely annoying:


In fact, UA fans were pretty unhappy in general with Walton, it seems:


Well, we've decided to get down to the bottom of this by contacting Walton on Twitter:


If the big man throws dowwwwwn a response, we'll let you know. But below the jump, we've got a few other thoughts on Walton's commentary last night—as well as an odd resemblance a 'Cats fan noticed.






And, lest we forget, an Arizona fan dropped this spectacular image on Facebook:

Throw it dowwwwwn, Santa!
  • "Throw it dowwwwwn, snow man!"

I tell ya, I'm not sure which one is Bill Walton, and which one is the Snow Miser.

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