We usually don’t turn to Mark May for his opinion on where a player should be drafted. Frankly, we don’t turn to Mark May for his opinion on anything.
And now it’s time for your weekly, “Did Stephen A. Smith lie?” story. Last week, we had to ask did Smith lie about a misleading report about a conversation between Rudy Gay and Dwight Howard. The details didn’t add up but Smith maintains that the conversation happened. Now this week, we again have to ask […]
Did Stephen A. Smith lie about Dwight Howard telling Rudy Gay that he wanted him to join him in Brooklyn?
On Friday we reported that Stephen A. Smith claimed that during a recent Raptors-Lakers game, Dwight Howard told Rudy Gay that “he should’ve waited to get traded [to the Raptors] because he could’ve joined him in Brooklyn next season.” The claim by Smith was the type of NBA nugget we praised him for in the […]
ESPN had no choice but to can Jay Mariotti back in 2010 when Mariotti ran into a multitude of legal issues. Which eventually lead to Mariotti being sentenced to probation and community service.
Mark Schlereth and Hannah Storm thought they were having an off camera discussion about Tim Tebow’s limited NFL future, turns out it was on camera discussion
Mark Schlereth and Hannah Storm used their time in between live shots to discuss whether a certain player can be used as a tight end or h-back. It’s at that point that Schlereth points out that he’s talked to “a bunch of Broncos coaches” and this certain player may not be a good enough athlete […]
Ol’ Brent Musburger has once again let his mouth put him in a situation where people can question him. During the BCS National Championship Game, Musburger fell in love with AJ McCarron’s girlfriend Katherine Webb live on national television. That prompted ESPN to apologize on Musburger’s behalf and give him a little slap on the […]
As you already know, no one was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame for 2013. So that left those in the media with options on how they would cover the vote. Some are focusing on the story-lines surrounding Bonds and Clemens. And some are busy trying to figure out who voted for Aaron Sele. […]
Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy obviously decided that his Monday column had to get people talking. And maybe even thrust himself in the conversation for Sunday’s Divisional round game between the Patriots and Texans.
Just in case you need yet another example that there are still some disturbingly racist people in the world, Jemele Hill of ESPN provided one today on her Twitter feed.
Bob Valvano mans the 12:00-3:00 shift on ESPN 680 in Louisville. Today, Valvano used about 40 minutes of his show to voice his frustration with ESPN giving every excuse they could for SEC big boy Florida losing to Big East little boy Louisville.