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Oklahoman Editor Apologizes For "Mr. Unreliable" Headline On Durant
Published May 1, 2014
ESPN's Marc Stein wrote on his Twitter feed, "Orlando Sentinel, fairly or unfairly, gets blamed for hastening @SHAQ exit in '96 w/ anti-Shaq poll. Oklahoman bound to get similar heat now." NBA.com's David Aldridge tweeted, "There are 29 other teams who would love to have an 'unreliable' player like Kevin Durant. No problem w/strong opinions, but...wow." CBSSports.com's Royce Young: "It should be noted: @BerryTramel's ... column very fair & spot on. Just the headline that's, eh." MSP Sports Founder Tim McGhee: "Apparently, the Oklahoman is the NY Post's Triple A club."