SJ - August 3, 2020
Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac suffered a season ending torn ACL on Sunday night. He left the game in a wheelchair.
Isaac's injury took place just a couple of days after he became the first NBA player to not kneel for the National Anthem in the Disney Bubble.
Jonathan Isaac went down with an apparent knee injury and left the game in a wheelchair
Hope he's okay 🙏 pic.twitter.com/MZHoy9rqy2
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) August 3, 2020
The Dan Le Batard Show thought that the injury was funny and did a Twitter poll asking their followers if they thought it was funny too.
They quickly realized that their followers didn't think a torn ACL was as funny and deleted the poll, but not before a screenshot was taken of the ridiculous poll.
The show posted a question asking if it’s funny that Jonathan Isaac, the Orlando Magic big who stood for the anthem, blew his knee out with a season-ending ACL injury.
Upon finding out it didn’t sit as well as hoped, the show deleted the poll.
The cowherds deleted it 🤣
— Bobby O'Hara (@13obbyO) August 3, 2020
I like the Dan Le Batard Show, but this is way out of bounds. The dude tore his ACL and his season is over.
There's nothing funny about that. It doesn't matter if he agrees with kneeling for anthem or not. Laughing at an injury is a dick move.