I never expect on-air interviews to get into the weeds on matters that go way over the heads of the uninitiated viewer. That said, there's a difference between the fluff pieces a Kimberly Presser would do and the kind of information that a fellow player would try to get out of a player coming off a telecast.
I'm not a fan of the bimbos on sports broadcasts. They're put there as eye candy and nothing more. They add nothing in terms of substantive content.