This discussion between Skip Bayless and Mark Cuban is worth watching for two main reasons. In the first place, they have a disagreement over the significance of Bayless's Sports Punditry. Without a lot of argument vocabulary, Cuban accuses Bayless of talking in "generalities." This is not exactly the right term, as Bayless tends, at least according to Cuban, psychologize. Second, no one yellls, each takes a turn without interupting the other person.
More like this please. Would that one of Tom Friedman or David Brooks' many critics had the time to make her or his points in this manner.
Sad, however, that such long-form arguments take place on a sports show.