Well, ESPN2 technically. But yeah, this is happening on Monday: Read more… , http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/stephen-a-smith-will-be-on-espn-for-six-consecutive-hours-next-week
Response to First Take – Stephen A. Smith Skip Bayless – Dan Snyder quote
So the other day I am watching First Take on ESPN (yeah, I must have been bored) and I hear the cuddly Stephen A. Smith and the lovable Skip Bayless as usual taking about something neither one of them are qualified or unbiased enough to speak on. They start ranting about a quote from Washington Redskins...
Stephen A. Smith strikes again.
Stephen A. took some time off from his job on First Take to film a new promotional commercial for the new Star Trek movie, “Into The Darkness”.
What’s the only thing better (or worse) than one Stephen A. Smith? 8 of them….
Watch the commercial after the jump
That’s a major win in my mind for both Star Trek and Stephen A. He’s certainly...
Star Trek Into Darkness comes into theaters on May 17th, so what better way to promote it than an ESPN commercial starring one Stephen A. Smith?
Actually, wait. There are a gajillion better ways to promote this movie than by subjecting us to seven Screamin' Stephen A's. Although, really this commercial isn't all that special when you consider Stephen A. Smith appears...
This is the type of thing that I can’t stand about ESPN. Bringing in people that know nothing about a sport and having them comment on it. If they had brought Barry Melrose in to discuss basketball, I would be just as irritated as when they brought Stephen A. Smith in to talk about hockey. You pay certain analysts to discuss specific sports for a reason. On this segment,...
On Thursday, Rob Parker made some comments regarding race and Robert Griffin III that has many on the internet shaking their heads.
I have been in this position before where speculation can lead to very bad things within the world of the internet. However, we felt that it was right to at least let you, the readers, decide what you think Stephen A. Smith says at the nine second portion of the below video provided by the Big Lead. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
During an appearance on First Take, Stephen A. Smith appeared to use a racial slur during a segment but later denied that he said such a thing.
Noted ESPN yell-ologist Stephen A. Smith was apparently not familiar with 'America's Finest News Source,' as witnessed by his Twitter tirade on Monday afternoon.