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Basketball Announcer Asks His Partner If He’s "Been Ridden" Before, Hilarity Ensues

Bill Raftery’s got onions.

Last night during Notre Dame’s victory over Pittsburgh, veteran commentator/dirty old man Bill Raftery (the man famous for his “ONIONS” catchphrase) took the broadcast to a very awkward and sexual place. Fair warning: If you don’t want to learn more about the sex life of Jay Bilas, please stop reading.

3. THE BUILD UP.

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Notre Dame’s Jerion Grant was the “hot player” throughout the second half after a cold first half, and as Raftery notes, teams have to ride the hot player. That’s all pretty normal banter. Then…

4. THE BURNING QUESTION.

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That was Bill Raftery asking Jay Bilas — on national, live television — if he’s “ever been ridden.” And Raftery definitely knew exactly what he was doing there.

5. THE AWKWARD RESPONSE.

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Jay Bilas really owns Bill Raftery here with some quick thinking. Further proof that Bilas, noted Young Jeezy acolyte, is hella trill.

6. THE SILENCE.

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There isn’t video evidence, but I imagine Bill Raftery was pushing his chin out and silently mouthing “giggity giggity.”

7. THE AFTERMATH.

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Play-by-play man Sean McDonough pretends we’re watching a replay of the 1974 NBA Finals on ESPN Classic and moves our broadcast forward due to time constraints. Good save, Sean!

H/T Reva Friedel at Awful Announcing

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