Media notebook: Bill Simmons, Jalen Rose join ESPN's 'NBA Countdown'
Jon Barry, Chris Broussard take over other assignments with the network, while Magic Johnson and Michael Wilbon will remain on the show.
— Shawn Clynch, a sports reporter and anchor, is leaving KOKH-25 after nearly six years with the station. Clynch, 29, announced on his Facebook page that he will be joining the KVUE-TV sports team in his hometown of Austin, Texas, in late November.
— ESPN Films' 30 for 30, will premiere “Benji” at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The film examines the tragic death in 1985 of Chicago Simeon High School basketball star Ben Wilson, who was murdered before his senior season.
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