On Monday (Dec 15), the network took to Twitter to alert fans of the change, making note that Sage Steele will no longer be anchoring the daily 6 p.m. edition of SportsCenter, before noting that the coveted spot would be filled by none other than Elle Duncan.

The pairing of Michael Smith and Jemele Hill at ESPN’s Sportscenter was a history-making move marking the first time the popular sports program featured an all-Black anchor team. With Hill bolting for The Undefeated, it all seemed apparent that Smith would also follow suit and he delivered his last anchoring broadcast on Friday (Mar. 9).

Media darlings Migos visited ESPN’s Sportscenter and brought the culture with them.

Young Thug Twitter beef aside, Metro Boomin has had a pretty fantastic year. The 22-year-old producer’s close-knit relationship with Future has aligned his work with two of the more viral albums of this year; Future’s solo Dirty Sprite 2 and his tag-team project with Drake, What a Time to Be Alive. SportsCenter has known to […]

Steven A. Smith and Skip Bayless will have to find some new Bangin Candy to peer mediate their heated sports debates (don’t worry, ESPN has plenty of them).

The present year started off rather somber with the passing of legendary SportsCenter analyst Stuart Scott but the ESPN team have made sure to preserve his legacy for all those who walk through their headquarters.

Sunday, January 4, was a long, somber day for fans of sports, journalism, and all-around great people alike; it also marked the end of an era, as beloved ESPN sports anchor Stuart Scott died after his third bout with cancer.

The sports and Hip-Hop community lost a legend when Stuart Scott,  a longtime ESPN contributor, died Sunday morning after a lengthy battle with cancer.

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.

A Black woman’s hair is a mystery to some, and UFC fighter Chael Sonnen is on that list. During an appearance on ESPN Tuesday (April 23), Sonnen abruptly stopped an interview to get his hands on a Black reporter’s hair.