Adrian Wojnarowski brags about online stats with potential sources, badmouths fellow insider: reporte

Woj has reportedly coordinated with his representation at CAA in sending out PowerPoints that show off his online engagement and insights to potential sources, shamelessly propping himself above the industry’s landscape of reporters.

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BROOKLYN, NUEVO - JUNE 20: Reporter Adrian Wojnarowski attends the 2019 NBA Draft on June 20, 2019 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Nueva York.

BROOKLYN, NUEVO – JUNE 20: Reporter Adrian Wojnarowski attends the 2019 NBA Draft on June 20, 2019 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Nueva York. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)

The PowerPoints describe Wojnarowski asthe undisputed top NBA media talent in the business.He also brags about his seven million followers across Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

En el House of Strauss Boletin informativo, Wojnarowski is accused of frequently badmouthing fellow NBA insider, Shams Charania, during his talks with NBA sources. Charania works as a reporter for El atlético and frequently trades off with Wojnarowski on breaking exclusive news from the Association.

Wojnarowski’s bouts of egocentrism have shed light on his disreputable image among sports media, serving as his primary source for strained relationships, including Charania.

Shams Charania is Woj's biggest competition and a reporter for Stadium and The Athletic.

Shams Charania is Woj’s biggest competition and a reporter for Stadium and The Athletic. (Through The Lens)

In one of Wojnarowski’s career lowlights, he published a story on ESPN reporting Jacob Blake’s shooting and its impact on the NBA season. Woj provided a false account of Blake as anunarmed Black manshot down by police — contrary to the fact that Blake was armed.

Wojnarowski’s wokeness was also called out after was set off by an innocuous email received by Republican Senator Josh Hawley — to whom Adrian responded withF**k you.

MILWAUKEE, WI - JULY 11: ESPN Analyst, Adrian Wojnarowski, talks before the game between the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks during Game Three of the 2021 NBA Finals on July 11, 2021 at the Fiserv Forum Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

MILWAUKEE, WIJULY 11: ESPN Analyst, Adrian Wojnarowski, talks before the game between the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks during Game Three of the 2021 NBA Finals on July 11, 2021 at the Fiserv Forum Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Kena Krutsinger/NBAE via Getty Images)

Former ESPN NBA reporter Amin Elhassan, upon departing from the network, characterized Woj as an opportunist who’s willingly ended the careers of Black reporters trying to make it in the business.

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