The Rock Stopped By ESPN’s ‘Numbers Never Lie’ To Talk ‘Hercules’ And His Diet

YouTube Numbers Never Lie hosts Jemele Hill and the finger-locked Michel Smith recently conducted an action hero draft, and neither one of them thought to select any of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s characters. Instead, Hill kept things relevant with Chuck Norris while Smith picked Robert Downey Jr.’s character from Tropic Thunder, and I’m sure that the show’s fans loved...
Via With Leather
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Rajon Rondo: Carmelo Could Be Missing Piece For Bulls Or Celtics (Video)

Rajon Rondo was a guest on ESPN’s Numbers Never Lie, and told Jemele Hill that  he believes Carmelo Anthony is the “missing piece’’ for the Bulls.  Rondo also went on to say that he believes the Celtics should make a run at him as well. “I hate to say it, but he just might be [the missing piece],’’ Rondo said on ESPN’s Numbers Never Lie. “[The Bulls] have a great...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Rondo: Carmelo could be missing piece for Celtics, Bulls

Rajon Rondo was a guest on ESPN’s Numbers Never Lie, and told Jemele Hill that  he believes Carmelo Anthony is the “missing piece’’ for the Bulls.  Rondo also went on to say that he believes the Celtics should make a run at him as well. “I hate to say it, but he just might be [the missing piece],’’ Rondo said on ESPN’s Numbers Never Lie. “[The Bulls] have a...
Via Thacover2
June 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Video of Rajon Rondo's Numbers Never Lie performance (as well as some Connect Four highlights)

Yesterday Rajon Rondo co-hosted ESPN's Numbers Never Lie (here are a few of his best quotes) with Jemele Hill.  The show made the Kevin Love portion of their conversation available on YouTube:And for any Celtics fans who may not be aware of Rondo's Connect Four genius, take a look at the drubbings he simultaneously hands out to Hill and Brian Dawkins backstage (I love the...
Via Celtics Life
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Rondo talks about Melo and Love during appearance on ESPN’s “Numbers Never Lie”

Rajon Rondo made an appearance on ESPN’s “Numbers Never Lie” earlier today, with host Jemele Hill.  It wasn’t laced with typical athlete clichés, as Rondo’s public commentary rarely is.  While they discussed some of his incredible career triple-double numbers and how they rank with the likes of Magic Johnson and LeBron James, the discussion did get around to both Carmelo...
Via Red's Army
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Caption the Photo: Old Lady Not Impressed by Johnny Manziel on Flight

This really is just more funny than anything else, but here is Johnny Manziel riding the middle seat probably on his way back from Vegas. The image of him being squeezed in with that older lady is just priceless. I first saw this picture from Jemele Hill who said it best: Look, Johnny Football can’t be throwing up the money sign and riding in that middle seat. #GetYaMilesUp  
Via BlackSportsOnline
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Hugh Jackman Gets Down With Lap Dance For Jemele Hill On NNL

Hugh Jackman gave a lap dance to Jemele Hill on Numbers Never Lie. From the looks of it, this isn't his first rodeo.
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May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Sarah Spain Calls Out ESPN’s East Coast Bias While on ESPN (Video)

ESPN W and ESPN 1000 Chicago’s Sarah Spain was filling in for Jemele Hill today on ‘Numbers Never Lie’ when the subject of the Knicks came up. They were discussion whether or not the Knicks should be kicking themselves for not making the playoffs (obviously yes because the point is to make the playoffs) and Sarah went in on the topic: To their credit, Jorge Sedano and Michael...
Via BlackSportsOnline
April 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: ESPN debates whether LeBron James or Larry Bird was better in their prime

Not sure why ESPN decided to debate this topic now and obviously we're a little biased over here, but Jemele Hill thinking LeBron James is a better player than Larry Bird was in his prime is nonsense. As Michael Smith contested (not the Michael Smith of WTHHT legend), "Larry Bird was the baddest son of a gun on the planet."LeBron is a polarizing figure, but I give...
Via Celtics Life
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

“Hillsborough” leads ESPN 30 for 30 Top 10 List

The ESPN 30 for 30 series (along with Grantland, Outside the Lines, Nate Silver, Jay Bilas and a couple other programs/personalities) comprises what grown-ups and intellectuals go for when consuming the World Wide Leader. If you’re under 14, or your intellectual development is, then by all means enjoy all the SportsCenter, NFL Primetime, Baseball Tonight, Numbers Never Lie, First...
Via The Sports Bank
April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Matt Miller Predicts Eagles Fans will Be Carrying D Batteries when Desean Jackson Returns

Matt Miller, NFL & NFL Draft Lead Analyst at Bleacher Report—Madden contributor—Pro Football Writers of America, tweets:The city of Philadelphia will sell out of D batteries the week Desean Jackson returns to play against the Eagles.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) April 2, 2014When Jemele Hill urged Packers fans to give Brett Favre the 'Duracell Treatment' she was...
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April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Jemele Hill and Cari Champion detail racial abuse on social media

Over at Sports Illustrated this week Richard Deitsch’s weekly media column features a panel discussion of sports media personalities of color.  Six sportscasters and journalists are present who represent areas both the television and newspaper realms.  The entire roundtable is worth your time as the panel touches on issues that are still real today, whether people actually...
Via Awful Announcing
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Jemele Hill names the N-word sports person of the year

The final days of 2013 is always filled with lists and proclamations about the year that was in the sports world.  One of those proclamations that is noteworthy but flew under the radar came from ESPN's The Sports Reporters and Jemele Hill.  For her parting shot of the year, Hill named her sports person of the year.  Except it wasn't a person at all. It was the N-word...
Via Awful Announcing
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Who Said It: ‘The Wire’ vs LeBron James Edition

Connecting the greatest show of all time, The Wire, to sports will get old exactly never.  So, when I saw that Tristan Wilds aka Michael aka Mack Wilds, paid Michael Smith and Jemele Hill a visit on the set of their ESPN show, Numbers Never Lie, I was all about it. Mack Wilds moderated a “Name That Quote” style game between Michael and Jemele:  The Wire vs LeBron James edition...
Via All Sports Everything
November 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Redskins can find their passing attack vs. San Diego

After a real struggle to move the ball through the air last week, a home date against the Chargers could be just what the doctor ordered for the Washington Redskins. The team that led the NFL last season in yards per attempt finished the game last week with just a 3.9 average. Robert Griffin III finished with a career low quarterback rating of 45.4. Many people expected a shootout...
Via Football Extra Points
November 02, 2013  |  Discuss

BlackSportsOnline Celebrates It’s 25k Post With a Story From Robert Littal

It doesn’t seem that long ago since we celebrated  our 10,000 post (because it was July of 2012), but here we are just a little over a year later and we are now celebrating out 25,000 post, which gives me an opportunity to reflect a little bit and let people behind of the curtain of BSO and my journey to get us where we are today. On the 10k post I focused a lot on my struggles...
Via BlackSportsOnline
October 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Can Curt Schilling End The Curse (of WEEI)?

The Boston Herald reported last night that the struggling sports station had talked to former Red Sox ace Curt Schilling about a regular role on the afternoon drive show of Salk and Holley. Could Curt Schilling pitch in at WEEI? Entercom Boston boss Jeff Brown is quoted as saying that no offer has been made, and that no changes are expected to the show. While that might be true,...
Via Boston Sports Media Watch
September 19, 2013  |  Discuss

CFB Preview Week: Bold and Beautiful

Best sign ever. That was certainly an inspired commenting effort yesterday.  Granted, the topics were annoying but, per Jemele Hill and Uncle Tom Smith, NUMBERS NEV-UH LIE!!!  Before we get into today's bold predictions, I would like to talk about last night's documentary "RGIII: Will To Win".  It was probably the greatest hour of my life ever.  Yours, too...
Via The Money Shot
August 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Ex-Eagle Threatened ESPN Colleague Michael Smith, Shouted Racial Slurs

Hugh Douglas was inebriated and threatened to beat up his colleague Michael Smith three times Friday night a source who witnessed the altercation at the House of Blues in Orlando tells The Big Lead. According to the source Douglas who appears on Numbers Never Lie on ESPN with Michael Smith and Jemele Hill was trying to get on stage where the DJ was playing and threatened to beat...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Hugh Douglas Threatened to Beat Up Michael Smith, Dropped N-Word on Him

The Big Lead's Jason McIntyre reports: Hugh Douglas was inebriated and threatened to beat up his colleague Michael Smith three times Friday night, a source who witnessed the altercation at the House of Blues in Orlando tells The Big Lead. According to the source, Douglas, who appears on Numbers Never Lie on ESPN with Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, was trying to get on stage...
Via Bob's Blitz
August 06, 2013  |  Discuss

ESPN’s Hugh Douglas Allegedly Called Michael Smith an Uncle Tom At NABJ Party

When people get drunk, normally they say things they have been feeling for a long time (ask Riley Cooper). While I was at the NABJ conference, I didn’t see any of this, so at this point it is just speculation from The Big Lead. Here is what they are reporting at the Sports Task Force party. According to the source, Douglas, who appears on Numbers Never Lie on ESPN with Michael...
Via BlackSportsOnline
August 06, 2013  |  Discuss

ESPN’s Jemele Hill is a Complete Moron for Suggesting U of M Owes the Fab Five Anything

ESPN, and media as a whole has been steadily deteriorating for years now, and that's no secret. Stories that used to include some frame of investigative reporting or quotes from interviews have been replaced with obligatory references to celebrity Tweets that were probably written by someone using an iPhone while taking a dump at home
Via For The Record Sports
April 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Sports - where it's still okay to treat men and women differently

Since Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he would consider drafting Brittney Griner a couple days ago, the "women playing in men's sports" debate has been renewed. Griner joins Danica Patrick and Michelle Wie, the most recent examples, as women who either have joined or have been talked about joining the "men's division" of their chosen sport. Whether...
Via Celtics Life
April 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Brittney Griner Drops 50 on KSU Highlighted by Baseline Dunk (Video)

I am in the minority, but I think Griner should try out for the NBA. I see no downside in it and only positive things that can come from it. But, that is a conversation for another day. Currently, she is still dominating Women’s College Basketball with ease. Check out the highlights of her dropping 50 on Kansas State. ESPN’s Jemele Hill says Griner has better post moves than...
Via BlackSportsOnline
March 05, 2013  |  Discuss

50 Cent Says Floyd Mayweather Ducked Manny Pacquiao

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson joined Skip Bayless and Jemele Hill on First Take Thursday morning to talk about his promoting deal with Top Rank, his relationship with Floyd Mayweather Jr. as well as his upcoming album. In the video 50 talks about how his deal with Top Rank happened by trying to set up a fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. He went on to say that Mayweather...
Via Next Impulse Sports
February 28, 2013  |  Discuss
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