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Stephen A. Smith
Stephen A. Smith Tries To Clarify His Comments About Women ‘Provoking’ Men Into Abuse, Just Says Same Thing Again
Surprise, surprise — someone on ESPN’s “First Take” said something inflammatory and ridiculous.
ESPN’s Nancy Grace says some pretty outlandish stuff, and that fact isn’t lost on his co-workers, who aren’t technically allowed to roll their eyes on live TV after he goes on a hyperbolic rant. Karl Ravech did the next best thing…
The Knicks Are So Bad They Got The ‘First Take’ Guys To Stop Arguing — And That Was BEFORE Last Night’s Loss To The Pistons
Usually, the tandem of Stephen A. Smith and Skip “Chicken & Broccoli” Bayless is the most insufferable part of the ESPN news cycle. But leave it to the Knicks to help these guys put together what is probably the most watchable “First Take” segment of all time.
Things You Need To See: Animated Parody Of Skip Bayless And Stephen A. Arguing About Kobe Bryant’s Rank
Stephen A. Smith Says ‘Ain’t No Way In Hell’ Carmelo Anthony Is Staying In New York, A Mere Eight Months Before Free Agency
Ah yes. It’s a little over a month into the season, the Knicks are only three games back of the Atlantic Division lead (and thus a top-4 playoff spot), we have eight months until free agency begins — but Carmelo Anthony is definitely leaving New York.
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…
Time to crank that rumor mill! LeBron James has seen fantastic success with the Miami Heat in his three seasons with the team, winning two NBA titles, two MVP awards and the respect and adulation of many who now consider him the player we always thought he could be. So, perfect time to throw a wrench into all that and head to New York, right?