ESPN’s Stuart Scott has been one of the most reliable on-air personalities for the cable sports and media network. However, Scott is currently facing a series of challenges related to his ongoing battle with cancer although he’s fighting the disease with admirable tenacity.

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Ken Griffey, Jr. may be a future Hall of Famer and one of the few baseball players who could permeate Hip-Hop culture, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been living in struggle since retiring in 2010.

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It’s hard to believe Virginia rapper Skillz’ “Rap-Up” series has been going strong for over a decade. As one of the industry’s sought after “ghostwriters” back when lyrics still meant a big deal to the radio, he found a niche by recapping the highlights of Hip-Hop throughout the year over a well-known beat picked at […]

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Kanye West and Drake have partnered with adidas and Jordan Brand, respectively, which in turn sparked a debate on ESPN’s SportsNation: Do rappers sell as many shoes as athletes? Fortunately, hosts Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley had 2 Chainz in the hot seat as a point of reference.

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The N-Word debate was started up again earlier this month after the Richie Incognito scandal in the NFL erupted. Now with NBA player Matt Barnes and his profane Twitter tirade, where where he used the term and got fined, ESPN‘s Skip Bayless is calling for an end to everyone using N-Word.

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Pusha T displayed his sports savvy on a recent episode of ESPN’s SportsNation. There, he conversed with hosts Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley about ESPN ranking Kobe Bryant number 25 in the NBA, whether Kevin Durant will leave Oklahoma City when he becomes a free agent, and more.

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It seems no one can defend Calvin Johnson. Andy Reid has shocked everyone with an undefeated start to his new tenure with the Kansas City Chiefs. Andrew Luck has proven he is the rightful heir to the Colts legacy. Even with all this gridiron greatness we still got a heaping side of NFL fail moments […]


Yesterday (Oct. 10), NBA legend turned business mogul Earvin “Magic” Johnson has announced that he is exiting his post on ESPN  effective immediately. Since 2008 Johnson has served as a basketball analyst for the sports network’s NBA Countdown program alongside the likes of Jalen Rose and Jon Barry, making his unexpected resignation raise plenty of questions.

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Earlier today, one-time NBA superstar Tracy McGrady, 34, bid adieu to the sport he dominated through the early 2000s while playing for the Orlando Magic and Houston Rockets.

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Tracy McGrady, aka T-Mac, has retired from the NBA. The former high flying and scoring guard made the announcement today on ESPN. 


As the co-hosts of ESPN‘s afternoon program Numbers Never Lie, Hugh Douglas and Michael Smith looked to be amicable working partners. Last Friday (August 2) however, several witnesses say the pair nearly came to blows after Douglas called Smith a racial slur.

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Growing up in St. Louis, Nelly starred on his high school’s baseball team and even won MVP honors. The “Hot In Here” rapper’s passion for the game is still high, as evidenced by his appearance yesterday (July 17) on ESPN’s First Take program.