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So Skip Bayless speculated that someone was gay and still has a job 25 years later.
Somebody at ESPN finally stood up and took Skip Bayless to task for his nonsense.
Skip Bayless said some really nasty things about Johnny Manziel so of course ESPN defended him.
Sure, this is a clip from First Take, but this is positively one of the stupidest things a human being has ever said on television.
SAS isn't pleased with Tiny.
For the new Ken Burns documentary, 'The Address,' some of ESPN's biggest personalities delivered the Gettysburg Address in this mash-up.
A lot of people are upset with Richard Sherman's postgame interview from last night, but everyone should be celebrating his WWE-like personality.
First, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar â€” that lengthy antagonist of Bruce Lee â€” praised Dwight Howard and his "extraordinary athletic ability.
Skip Bayless and Stephen A.
The 2013 NBA Draft was possibly the wildest we've ever seen.
This year’s NBA Finals, folks – they weren’t about the Miami Heat or the San Antonio Spurs.
How good of a point guard/manager is Chauncey Billups.
It is not an easy task to put together a list, such as the Greatest Sports Moments of 2012, specifically because so many things happen in any given year that it’s all but impossible to universally gauge which one event or person is greater than another.
Russell Westbrook scored 14 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter last night to save the Thunder the ignominy of becoming the first team to lose to the Pistons this season.
Last night Twitter was all about the latest installment from ESPN's 30 for 30 series, "Broke" that aired in prime time.
Last month, the incomparable Will Leitch wrote probably the most poignant piece to date on how American sports fans and TV audience can best combat ESPN’s resident troll, Skip Bayless.