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TrueHoop

TrueHoop is a


  • TrueHoop home page

External links

  1. ^ Forbes Magazine
  2. ^ http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/category/_/name/praise-for-truehoop
  3. ^
  4. ^ http://www.truehoop.com/cat-who-is-william-wesley.html TrueHoop.com: Who is William Wesley?
  5. ^ http://www.truehoop.com/cat-about-henry.html TrueHoop.com: About Henry
  6. ^ http://www.gekkoproductions.com/gekkos_h.html Gekko Productions: Henry Abbott
  7. ^ http://www.newmediacampaigns.com/page/espn-launches-a-blog-network ESPN Launches a Blog Network
  8. ^ ESPN - TrueHoop

References

Regular Contributors

On February, 2007, it was announced that TrueHoop was purchased by ESPN. ESPN later expanded TrueHoop to a blog network, consisting of many contributors and blogs.[7] Abbott correctly predicted Pau Gasol would be traded to the Los Angeles Lakers a few hours before the actual trade happened.[8]

TrueHoop is written by Henry Abbott, a sportswriter, journalist, and stand-up comedian, originally from Portland, Oregon who now lives in New Jersey. Abbott has written more than a dozen cover stories, more than a hundred feature articles, a regular column, and is published in such sources as: The Onion, the official NBA Finals program, Inside Stuff, HOOP, and Men's Journal.[5] Abbott is a founding partner (along with his wife) in Gekko Productions, a media company which writes creative copy for blogs, advertisements, and speeches, and other language-based media. He graduated with a degree in journalism from New York University.[6]

[4], a noted (and somewhat controversial) NBA facilitator.William Wesley The site has been noted for its investigations into the affairs of [3].Chris Sheridan and Chad Ford including NBA.com, LATimes.com, and CNN/SI.com, and has been praised by notable sports columnsists such as [2]

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