Sadly, Peter May does not work here anymore

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By Chris Sheridan

Peter May resigned from SheridanHoops.com yesterday after ESPN told him he could not write for me and continue being a part-time contributor to ESPN-Boston.

Within an hour after May’s first and only column was posted on this site, ESPN e-mailed May — who is neither an ESPN staff member nor one of their legions of independent contractors, but merely a freelancer – to inform him of their displeasure.

They ordered him to make a choice, and I completely understand why he chose to stay with the larger of our two organizations. A longtime colleague and friend, he was eager to help me out with the launch of my new site, and he will be missed.

His column slot for next Tuesday will be filled by Nick Gibson, who will preview the upcoming Euroleague season. Nick might even get a chance to weigh in on how Kobe Bryant could help Virtus Bologna.

UPDATE: TheBigLead.com has picked up this story. Read it here.

 

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  1. I discovered your webpage on bing and look some of the early blogposts. Keep up great perform. Trying to find to reading through more by you at a later time!…

  2. You should write a post on what made you leave ESPN.

  3. I hope you never stop! This is one of the best blogs I have ever read. You have got some mad skill here, man. I just hope that you do not lose your style because youre definitely one of the coolest bloggers out there. Please keep it up because the internet needs someone like you spreading the word.

  4. Need a spot to fill?

  5. Keep up the good work Chris. You have a loyal following. Things will only get better.

  6. Could be spite but what better time to dash the competition then when they are fledgling.

  7. What’s going on with ESPN and you Chris? Why did you quit?

  8. thats cheap shot ESPN!! whos afraid of sheridanhoops now?

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