Max Kellerman is expected to be removed from his longtime role as co-host of ESPN’s “First Take” in the near future, and it would stand to reason that Stephen A. Smith played a role
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LeBron James is about to enter Year 19 in the NBA, but he still clearly sees himself as the best player in the league.
ESPN’s Tim Bontemps polled ten NBA scouts and executives this week on a nu
Major changes could be coming to ESPN’s “First Take” with one of its co-hosts set for a potential departure.
According to Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports, co-host Max Keller
Robert Griffin III still wants to play in the NFL, but the quarterback has landed a broadcasting gig in the meantime.
Griffin has agreed to a deal with ESPN, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. H
Maria Taylor finished hosting the NBA Finals for ESPN on Tuesday night, and that will be her last assignment with the network.
Taylor and ESPN both released statements on Wednesday announcing that th
Stephen A. Smith is currently the highest-paid employee at ESPN, and reports have claimed Maria Taylor wants to join him. If Taylor is truly seeking to be paid as much as Smith, we may now have a bet
Rachel Nichols may end up losing a third role at ESPN after she was already removed from two, and NBA commissioner Adam Silver made it clear on Tuesday that he does not agree with the way the network
An ESPN host completely butchered Chris Evert’s name while talking on air Tuesday.
ESPN was showing a graphic regarding Roger Federer’s accomplishment of reaching the quarterfinals at Wim
Rachel Nichols was slated to serve as the sideline reporter for ESPN’s coverage of the NBA Finals, but the network has removed her from that role in the wake of recent controversy.
Katie Nolan’s ESPN show “Always Late with Katie Nolan” has not aired in over a year, but the network has yet to make a formal announcement about it. As many have speculated, the sho