On being a good sportscaster, and a useful human being

The famous British boxing announcer Harry Carpenter died late last month, and the New York Times obit contains a quote that’s widely applicable:

“There are far more occasions when you shouldn’t be speaking than when you should. You’re there to help people, and you must only speak when you feel you can help them. It’s pointless telling them what they can patently see for themselves.”

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