Adam Schefter was delivering a standard hit Wednesday evening on SportsCenter when he uttered a phrase that has, in all likelihood, never before been heard on ESPN’s airwaves. Here’s how Schefter replied to a question about whether NFL...Show More Summary
CBS has just launched a free streaming video service for sports highlights, with live, anchored coverage throughout the day. Dubbed CBS Sports HQ, it’s available on the web and through the exisiting CBS Sports app on TV devices, phones, and tablets. Show More Summary
Late last month, after a Keith Olbermann-voiced video essay appeared on SportsCenter, the former ESPN anchor and host warned not to “read too much into” his brief appearance on the network. But on Friday, the New York Post reported that...Show More Summary
So crazy it could work.
There are plenty of NBA trade rumors going around regarding New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis, but Stephen Jackson believes his decision is clear-cut. The former NBA player recently stopped by on ESPN’s SportsCenter and gave his thoughts on the matter involving the All-Star possibly seeking a trade out of New Orleans. Show More Summary
After a remarkable 35-year run at ESPN, play-by-play broadcaster Mike Patrick is moving on. ESPN will honor Patrick in a video tribute set to run throughout the day Wednesday on SportsCenter, before Patrick joins the network’s Duke-North Carolina broadcast as a final farewell. Show More Summary
The NFL is a league where transactional (coaching moves, trades, player signings and cuts, and so on) news has a lot of value, which has led to the prominence of national reporters like ESPN’s Adam Schefter (seen above on SportsCenter...Show More Summary
Jamie Foxx didn’t score any points in Friday’s NBA Celebrity All-Star Game. Is it possible that he was distracted, thinking about an interview that happened prior to the game? Foxx appeared on SportsCenter earlier in the evening and the conversation ended abruptly when Michael Smith went into territory that was apparently off-limits. Show More Summary
Jamie Foxx doesn’t want to talk about his relationship with Katie Holmes. The 50-year-old actor recently walked out of an interview with SportsCenter after being questioned about his longtime love. According to TMZ, the interviewer asked Jamie about his Valentine’s Day date with Katie, where they were spotted playing basketball together. “I know you prepared [...]
Before the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game on Friday night was set to start, Actor and comedian Jamie Foxx sat down for an interview with Michael Smith and everything was going smoothly until one final question. Michael Smith asked Foxx about playing basketball with his girlfriend Katie Holmes, to which Jamie responded with silence because he […]
Well, Jamie Foxx definitely didn’t like that question.
Jamie Foxx was NOT having it when he was asked about Katie Holmes on ESPN -- and straight up walked away from the camera during the liver interview. Foxx was on "SportsCenter" talking with Michael Smith -- and everything was cool when they…
Every sports team these days wants original content to plaster on its website and social-media feeds. Not every sports team is willing to hire a former SportsCenter anchor to create it. On Wednesday, Joe Gibbs Racing announced that it...Show More Summary
Stylist has to be fired on the spot. Chiney Ogwumike is a 6’3? tall WNBA player who can do just about anything on the court that she wants, which is why her team signed her to a 3-year contract extension just last year. The Connecticut Sun star was recently on ESPN discussing the NBA when […]
Malcolm Jenkins may be done with the Patriots on the field, but off the field, he’s still going strong. Speaking on Friday’s edition of Sportscenter, the Eagles safety said that the league and coaches aren’t completely convinced that New England’s days as cheaters are behind them. That comment jives with reports that the Eagles conducted a […]
Jemele Hill is gone from “SportsCenter,” but considerable bitterness remains, apparently, on the part of her former co-anchor Michael Smith about how ESPN “muted” their banter. In a recent podcast discussion with media reporter James Andrew Miller, Smith expressed great frustration with the direction of the 6 p.m. edition of the show, branded as “SC6,” […]
Smith, like former “SportsCenter” co-host Jemele Hill always has, is speaking his mind.
When ESPN announced last month that Jemele Hill had chosen to leave the 6 p.m. SportsCenter less than year after taking on that high-profile gig, we were left only to guess at her reasons. But in an episode of Jim Miller’s “Origins”Show More Summary
Jemele Hill explained her new role in a Sunday interview.