And that marks the first time I have ever been in interested in watching Brian Windhorst on television. Seriously, I can't stop watching him blatantly fall asleep mid-question. It showed a complete lack of professionalism, not a single ounce of awareness, and - more importantly - an undying dedication to the nap game.
It takes a true commitment to getting your rest to be awake for the start of a question and try to sneak in a few Z's before it's your turn to respond. That's just a veteran napper right. An artist of the craft. Did you see how quickly he sprung back into action once he woke back? People are going to question whether he was asleep or intently reading something, and that just a testament to how skilled Brian Windhorst is at catching some midday shuteye. There was no hesitation. No fogginess. Not even one second of noticeable confusion. Brian Windhorst said "fuck this question, it can wait until after my catnap", and oddly enough he is actually right.
Who wouldn't rather watch Windy use his second chin as a pillow instead of comparing and contrasting two players from completely different eras? The twelve people that have been alive long enough to watch both Oscar Robertson and Russell Westbrook play basketball aren't tuning into ESPN in the middle of the afternoon. They are either catching up on 'MASH' reruns or doing exactly what Brian Windshorst just did. So yeah, there were some technical difficulties unnamed ESPN anchor, because technically Brian Windhorst has difficulties staying awake when you ask him senseless questions that no one really needs the answer to.