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Things You Need To See: Animated Parody Of Skip Bayless And Stephen A. Arguing About Kobe Bryant’s Rank
It’s not 100% clear that he says it, but it’s obvious that he was trying to say it. You’d think, what with all the radio and live TV he does, he’d learn to not say the single most contentious word in the English language. Nope. Repeat offender. Both vids after the jump…
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Explained Why Dwight Howard Sucks, Skip Bayless Applauded Him, Neither Of Them Made Sense
Drake’s new album drops today, and he decided not to take a page out of Matt Harvey’s book and actually give a quality interview. In the segment after the jump, inquiring minds want to know: Just how close are Johnny Football and Aubrey Hip Hop?
You may not like Bayless after reading some of these things — we still don’t, for example — but you might get where he’s coming from. Except for the fact that he eats Chinese chicken and broccoli every single weeknight for dinner. Who does that?
On this morning’s edition of
Worst First Take, Bayless was in unusually stupid form — and that’s saying something. One of the daily topics brought up on the show was, “Should Gregg Popovich rest his star players tonight in Game 6?”
It’s not often you find that Stephen A. Smith is the least insufferable person in a room with at least three people (I seriously kid, love ya Stephen A.), but alas, that’s what Richard Sherman and Skip Bayless did on First Take Thursday afternoon. Sherman laid a verbal smackdown Bayless, and you’ll wind up never having loved First Take more. Watch what went down.
Crazy Uncle Skip is at it again, everyone. Today, Bayless stood up for an issue he truly believes in, one that if implemented, would vastly improve the NFL for the better. Well, we’re all ears Skip, so please tell us your idea is something different than abolishing the kicker from the NFL. Oh, it’s not? Of course not.
We wouldn’t kid about these things because we care about you. Apparently five days of ESPN’s First Take just isn’t quite enough, so the show will be expanding to six days a week with the inclusion of Saturdays (8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.). Rob Parker will be the primary debater, with Cari Champion hosting and a slew of to-be-named-later co-hosts yapping their holier-than-thou heads off.