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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.
This year’s NBA Finals, folks – they weren’t about the Miami Heat or the San Antonio Spurs.
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.
Last month, the incomparable Will Leitch wrote probably <a href="http://nymag.com/daily/sports/2012/08/please-stop-feeding-the-skip-bayless.html">the most poignant piece to date on how American sports fans and TV audience can best combat</a> ESPN’s resident troll, Skip Bayless.
There were a lot of heroes at last night’s NBA Draft in New Jersey, from the <a href="https://twitter.com/MayorBurnsy/status/218518289624731649">Boston Bros (BROSTON!)</a> to <a href="https://twitter.com/jose3030/status/218544356683022337">the Knicks Bros</a> to the ninja-like Heat Bros to <a href="http://gif.mocksession.com/2012/06/nets-fan/">this hilarious Brooklyn Nets kid</a> and the awesome finger-wagging Knicks kid.
During last night’s Game 4 of the NBA Finals I noticed a Tweet from someone about Skip Bayless making fun of Chris Bosh, and without thinking I clicked over to Bayless’ Twitter profile.
On the surface, Skip Bayless seems to have a very easy job – take a stance on a topic and shout louder than the person who is arguing the opposing view.
By all accounts, the Denver Broncos’ victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday was a lot of things for NFL fans – entertaining, agonizing, frustrating and exciting to name a few – but for sports writers across the country, it was a second Christmas.
As the icons of journalistic integrity at People magazine have taught us, limiting an annual award to just one person can be a dangerous task.
It's not really surprising to hear Stephen A.
Like Tins <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2011/11/wale-feat-rick-ross-tats-on-my-arm-video">alluded to</a> with "Tats on My Arm," Wale's Ambition definitely would benefited from having "Barry Sanders" on the roster to carry him to an easy score.
Months removed from his last game and a year into the biggest free agent conquest in pro sports history, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/chris-bosh">Chris Bosh</a> has seen it all and certainly <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/11/like-a-bosh-chris-bosh-parody">heard it all</a>.
Some people have characterized ESPN's Skip Bayless as the spawn of Satan, and that's fine, but this asshole would argue that being such a prick wouldn't hurt the credibility of statements he'd made about Troy Aikman's sexuality.
On Tuesday, Lil' Wayne will be invading ESPN2's airwaves as a guest on <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_and_10_(ESPN_TV_series)">First Take</a>.