ESPN NBA reporter sparks flak over honest comments about Christianity and player Jason Collins

ESPN NBA reporter sparks flak over honest comments about Christianity and player Jason Collins
FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2013 file photo, then-Boston Celtics center Jason Collins (98) guards Detroit Pistons center Greg Monroe, right, in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Auburn Hills, Mich. Jason Collins has become the first male professional athlete in the major four American sports leagues to come out as gay. Collins wrote a first-person account posted Monday on Sports Illustrated's website. The 34-year-old Collins has played for six NBA teams in 12 seasons. He finished this past season with the Washington Wizards and is now a free agent. He says he wants to continue playing. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson, File)

NBA veteran Jason Collins declares he’s gay, becoming the first openly gay player in the NFL, MLB or NBA. During an on-air discussion about Collins’ story, ESPN reporter Chris Broussard conveyed his Christian beliefs about homosexuality, prompting an irate response from pro-gay groups.  ESPN even apologized for what Broussard said. John Carlson plays the on-air comments from Broussard and asks listeners if there’s anything wrong with what Broussard said.