The hardest working man at ESPN just got rewarded mightily. The New York Post is reporting that Stephen A. Smith is now the highest-paid sportscaster at the Disney owned sports network.


For the past few years Stephen A. Smith’s been ESPN’s most popular and polarizing on air personality for a bevy of reasons but regardless of the hate he gets he was still able to secure a record bag to secure his spot at the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.


Two former Knicks legends are currently seeking jobs in the NBA. Jeremy Lin detailed dealing with the feeling of being unwanted, now it’s Carmelo Anthony’s turn to plead his case.


Once again ESPN sports personality and culture critic Stephen A. Smith has found himself squabbling with an NBA star. This time the loudmouth sports analyst took a swipe at the Cleveland Cavalier’s J.R. Smith for wearing a hoodie while sitting on the bench stating that the look itself would conjure up memories of Trayvon Martin […]

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ESPN's First Take co-host Stephen A. Smith hates marijuana with a notable passion, and went on a classic rant that Twitter clowned viciously.


Always outspoken NFL player Michael Bennett has some criticism for Stephen A. Smith’s criticism of Colin Kaepernick.


Stephen A. Smith saw what the world had to say about ESPN not firing him during their “blood bath” layoffs earlier this week.

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Charlamagne Tha God made his first appearance on ESPN’s First Take this week and went to verbal blows with show co-host Stephen A. Smith over Colin Kaepernick. At issue was Smith’s criticism of Kaepernick’s protest because the NFL quarterback didn’t vote in the past election to which the radio host took umbrage with.

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T.I. appeared on ESPN’s First Take and went toe-to-toe with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman about police brutality and institutional racism.


Well, this escalated quickly. After Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones joined the list of people objecting to Colin Kaepernick standing during the national anthem, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith has revealed that the NFL gets paid to make player salute the flag.


Willie D of the Geto Boys has never been known for holding his tongue and he proves it on his new, scathing track “Coon” where he calls out a gang of Black pundits for their opinions on police brutality.