Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Warren Moon’s statement that black quarterbacks are still being held back by evaluators.
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ESPN First Take: Roland Martin Joins Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless & Cari Champion To Embrace Debate (VIDEO)
Roland Martin appears on ESPN’s First Take to “Embrace Debate” with Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless and Cari Champion.
Roland Martin To Appear On ESPN’s First Take FRIDAY With Skip Bayless, Stephen A. Smith And Cari Champion
WHO: TV Host Roland S. Martin makes a guest appearance on ESPN’s First Take joining hosts Skip Bayless, Stephen A. Smith and moderator Cari Champion WHAT: CNN Political Analyst Roland Martin, host of TV One’s Washington Watch with Roland Martin and senior analyst with the Tom Joyner Morning Show, will appear as a guest on ESPN’s wildly popular morning show First Take during NBA All-Star Week. Anchors Bayless and Smith will catch-up with Martin live from Houston, TX. In addition [...]
Source: Brian Windhorst / ESPN MIAMI — The NBA’s most powerful man and its most respected and iron-willed coach plunged into an unexpected battle of wills Thursday over a basic tenet: A coach can decide what is best for his team. San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich sent stars Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, plus key role player Danny Green, on [...]
Stephen A. Smith discusses how many more years Kobe Bryant will play before he retires.
Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Chad Johnson’s weekend arrest for misdemeanor domestic battery.
Source: ESPN MIAMI — A frustrated Amare Stoudemire punched a glass casing surrounding a fire extinguisher minutes after the New York Knicks‘ loss to the Miami Heat, according to a team source. The Knicks power forward suffered lacerations on his left hand which required stitches. A league source told ESPNNewYork.com that Stoudemire is “almost certain” to miss Game 3 [...]
Stephen A. Smith discusses the ejection of Metta World Peace for elbowing James Harden.
Source: Stephen A. Smith / ESPN After 149 days of pettiness, bickering and bloated egos gone wild, the NBA players and owners gave the world the ultimate Christmas present: basketball. On Christmas Day, no less. We will have basketball because Derek Fisher, the players’ union president, came to his senses. Because Billy Hunter, the union’s executive [...]