TV Timeout: Can You Believe What He's Wearing?

FASHION POLICE: ESPN's Tim Legler, on the short-sleeve uniforms many NBA teams will wear during Christmas Day games: "I just can't do the sleeves. I'm sorry, I can't. I know that it’s become sort of popular over the last few years to try to figure out ways to tinker with what is the traditional basketball uniform. But I just don’t get into the tight-fitting, sleeve look for a basketball player." Legler said the jersey looks like something you'd wear "if you were going to ride a bike" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 11/14).

GLOBAL GROWTH: Golf Channel's Rich Lerner, on creating opportunities in Latin America through the PGA Tour: "They are intent on growing their Hispanic fan base; demographics demand that they make every effort. Hispanic population in the United States, as you know, is growing rapidly. Economies here in South America are expanding at a quick rate, the Olympic Games come to Rio in 2016, and I think the idea with this 14-event, eight country NEC series, places like Chile, Uruguay, Colombia, the idea is to maybe produce a singular star because stars, in the opinion of Tim Finchem and I think I would agree, stars attract potentially new fans to the game" (“Morning Drive,” Golf Channel, 11/14).

Elsewhere on the tube today:
  • Joe Torre's Safe At Home Foundation will profiled on Saturday's "CBS This Morning"
  • UFC President Dana White appeared on "SportsCenter" to promote Saturday's 20th anniversary event in Las Vegas
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