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By ESPN, Stephen A. Smith
Stephen A. Smith offers up his unique perspectives on the world of sports and much more.
Stephen A. Smith discusses how great Kawhi has been playing during the playoffs and how crazy NBA free agency will be.
Stephen A. Smith discusses the All-NBA snubs, Toronto taking a 3-2 series lead and reminds listeners to not sleep on LeBron James.
ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst joins the show to discuss the NBA playoffs and of course what to expect come this summer during free agency.
Stephen A. discusses the free agent implications of the All-NBA teams with Brian Windhorst and KD missing some of the NBA finals.
Stephen A. Smith discusses Dak's value, how hectic the Jets/Giants are and the weeeeeeduh.
Stephen talks to Marc Stein about his recent article about the new team looking good in the KD sweepstakes. Stephen then touches on Landon Collins with iconic caller Carlton.
Stephen is shocked that the Raptors pulled it together and made it a series, and defends KD's social media behavior amid free agency speculation.
Stephen relates his own experiences to those of Magic Johnson to help the audience better understand his strong opinions on the criticism Magic is receiving.
Stephen has a couple of things to clear up when it comes to the Warriors modifying for Durant and the reaction to Magic Johnson's reasons he left the Lakers.
After Rob Pelinka responds to Magic's earlier comments, Stephen is torn on who to believe when it comes to this fiasco involving the Lakers.
Stephen A. discusses what he took away from Magic's interview on First Take and why it seems like the Lakers organization is in a world of trouble.
Mychal Thompson joins the show to discuss Deontay Wilder's comments and why he went to far, plus does he ever offer Klay Thompson any advice.
Stephen A. gets into the Warriors stealing game 2 from Portland, plus is the media being disrespectful towards Kevin Durant.
Stephen A. feels the Raptors blow their best chance to steal a win against the Bucks in game one and that might have cost them the series.
Stephen A. gets into the optics that is the power move that Adam Gase pulled in NY, plus Deontay Wilder joins the show to discuss his upcoming bout this weekend.
Even though it was only game one, Stephen A. feels that the ECF is already over because the Raptors couldn't pull off a victory that they needed to get.
After ending up with the third pick in the NBA draft, Stephen A. talks with Frank Isola about what's next for the Knicks when it comes to the draft and free agency.
Stephen A. describes his pain of when the Knicks didn't get the first pick in the draft, plus Ryan Clark joins the show to discuss the Jets firing their GM.
After the Knicks missed out on the opportunity to draft Zion Williamson and possibly trading for Anthony Davis, Stephen A. shares his pain with his listeners.
With the NBA lottery on the horizon, Stephen A. asks for a little mirage and a lot of luck so that the Knicks end up with Zion Williamson and bring some excitement to NYC.
Marc Stein joins the show to talk about the NBA Draft Lottery and the Conference Final, and Bill Simmons joins to express his support for the Knicks as a Celtics fan.
Stephen calls upon a higher power to guide the Knicks in a positive direction in tonight's NBA Draft Lottery.
With both the Rocket and 76ers being bounced in the 2nd round of the playoffs, Stephen A. wonders will either team will make major changes during the offseason.
Stephen gets into the NBA Draft Lottery and the Knicks' projected moves, the new Lakers HC theory,and the Cavs signing John Beilein.
Stephen talks about the 76ers loss which he thinks will haunt Embiid for a while, and has a theory about the new structure of the Lakers coaching staff.
Stephen talks about how the Lakers really need to clean up their act if they want to work their way out of the situation they put themselves in, and it starts with Jeanie.
Stephen A. breaks down why MLB stars aren't marketable enough and tells us why Kevin Durant is worth a max contract no matter what.
Stephen opens with a point about the popularity of the MLB, and believes Kevin Durant's injury is an opportunity for Houston to have a legacy-changing game.
Dave starts hour 2 talking about Kyrie Irving likely playing his last game with the Celtics, and takes calls on tonight's NBA action and other league issues.
Dave is filling in, but he talks to Stephen about the current messes that the Lakers, 76ers, Celtics (the list goes on) are in.
Stephen A. discusses the 76ers horrendous effort in game five & how if it continues Brett Brown's job might be in trouble, plus will the Celtics save their season.
Jeff Van Gundy joins the show to talk about the NBA playoff landscape. He is tired of the excuses from Joel Embiid and in awe of Giannis and Harden.
Stephen points out the mistakes the Celtics are making, thinks Brett Brown need to step up if he wants his job next year, and revisits an argument from First Take.
Chris Forsberg joins Randy to get in-depth about the drama between Kyrie and the Celtics, and Randy wonders if LeBron would be in anyone's Top 5 when building a long-term team
Randy talks to Stephen A. about his prediction for the Warriors/ Rockets series and the dismal state of the Celtics.
After struggling against the Raptors, the 76ers said Joel Embiid was sick & didn't know if he was going to play & SAS said he's tired of hearing excuses when Embiid struggles.
PJ Carlesimo joins Stephen to talk about last night's Raptors/76ers game and tonight's Bucks/Celtics game; both of which he's working.
Stephen can't believe Joel Embiid's newest reason why he couldn't play in the last game, and speculates why Magic didn't tell LeBron he was leaving.
While Stephen A. loves Joel Embiid, he agrees with Jeff Van Gundy that Embiid needs to do this for a few more years before we can consider him one of the greats of all time.
Stephen talks to Dan Rafael about tomorrow night's Canelo Alvarez/Daniel Jacobs middleweight championship bout, which Rafael doesn't think looks promising for Canelo.
Stephen puts the way he feels about Embiid battling health issues on front street, and cannot believe how D'Angelo Russell got caught with weed.
Tim Legler joins the show to break down the playoffs and what should we expect going forward.
Stephen A. gets into the attendance woes MLB is having and wonders if the players are doing enough to turn the youth into baseball fans.
Stephen talks to Tim Legler about what he's seeing in the NBA Playoffs and off season changes.
Stephen talks NBA Playoffs and the heat on Harden, and the biggest causes of the MLB's rapidly declining attendance while other sports are thriving.
Randy talks to Sean Payton about the Saints Draft and life since the blown call in the NFC Championship game. Matt and Will hijack the show to talk about basketball and more.
Randy can't believe the voice of reason in the Rockets/ Warriors series is Draymond Green, and Stan Van Gundy joined to talk about it. Matt Barrie shows up to save Randy.
Stephen A. believes the Rockets need to stop focusing on the refs and focus on their game, plus Jimmy Butler saved the 76ers.
Redskins President Bruce Allen joins the show to recap Washington's NFL Draft, and Stephen takes calls on what he says as well as the NBA Playoffs.
Stephen breaks down the unfolding NBA Playoffs and Brian Windhorst joins to talk about the manipulation of the officiating by the Rockets.