How did he do that?! Mentalist Oz Pearlman left Mike Greenberg, Jalen Rose and Michelle Beadle completely dumbfounded during his mind-reading segment on ESPN’s Monday Tournament Challenge Marathon.
“Wait,” exclaimed Beadle. “I don’t like this. It’s creepy and you got in our brains.”
Pearlman had Rose write down the winner and score of Thursday’s NCAA Tournament game between Seton Hall and NC State.
Greenberg was able to correctly say the winner and score that Rose had written down, without looking, and no one could believe it.
THE MENTALIST DID WHAT!? 😳 pic.twitter.com/16P3KkJjX3
— ESPN (@espn) March 12, 2018
Still in shock from this guy man!!! You can't make this up. pic.twitter.com/5WxEwef426
— Jalen Rose (@JalenRose) March 12, 2018
This was genuinely one of the craziest things that has ever happened to me. I swear it was not set up. https://t.co/V7dyribH0K
— Mike Greenberg (@Espngreeny) March 12, 2018
Mike Greenberg’s much-anticipated ESPN weekday morning show, “Get Up,” has an official start date.
Featuring the former “Mike & Mike” cohost along with Michelle Beadle and Jalen Rose, “Get Up” is set to debut April 2 from a newly built studio at New York’s South Street Seaport, ESPN announced Friday. We can probably expect more of these hokey segments.