Sportscasters love the idea of go-to people — a select few on a team whom the coach will always turn to when something important needs to be done right the first time. With one second left to go in a tight basketball game, sportscasters are prone to authoritatively predicting who will take the final shot. If they are right, they sound like they know what they are talking about. If not, they can second-guess the coach’s decisions and fill hours of airtime with the drama of a ginned-up controversy.
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