By now sports talk radio listeners are acquainted with Common's trademark brand of esoteric nonsense. He hasn't changed the bit much over the years, but he doesn't really have to in a sports media landscape that largely defines itself through eyeroll-inducing hot takes. Instead, he opts for a laid-back, reasonable approach, reeling in rubes by purposefully mixing up the names of famous athletes and mocking the mainstream media's (and fellow KFAN employees') idiocy with the Preposterous Statement Tournament, one of the all-time great radio bits. He may not be a Great Sports Mind, but he doesn't act like one either. And that's a beautiful thing.