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Stephen A. Smith offers up his unique perspectives on the world of sports and much more.
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Jason talks about what makes a great leader in sports in relation to Derek Jeter's HOF case, and Jay Bilas joins to break down the brawl between the Kansas teams.
Jason gets into some "MVP of All Sports" discussion, and shockingly not everyone agrees on Mahomes. He also gets into who the Pats should make their QB next season.
Jason gets into whether or not the Pats made a mistake trading Jimmy G with Emmanuel Acho, and wonders if we should be concerned about the Lakers.
Jason Fitz gets into the weapons surrounding Pat Mahomes on the Chiefs and where Brady should play next season in reaction to clips from First Take.
First Take, Your Take with Jason Fitz launches with plenty of discussion stemming from First Take's arguments on Pat Mahomes' greatness and Aaron Rodgers' downfall.
Louis Riddick joins Stephen to share his thoughts on O'Dell's troubles, AB's actions, and who they want to see in the big game. Stephen also gives advice as the Love Doctor.
Stephen kicks off his final show getting into who he DOESN'T want in the Superbowl and concerns with Antonio Brown, and Jason Fitz joins to preview First Take Your Take.
UFC President Dana White joined Stephen A. to discuss the impending fight between Conor McGregor & Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone. Who could be the UFC's next Conor McGregor?
Kyrie Irving says he and KD need some help. Carlos Beltran has been fired as Mets manager. Damien Woody breaks down OBJ & the NFL playoffs.
Scott Van Pelt joins Stephen to talk about his new venture into the world of podcasting, his move to DC, and what he thinks about the Astros' stealing signs.
Stephen gets in depth about the fallout from the Astro's cheating scandal and is annoyed with the way the MLB is handling the actual players.
Stephen talks to Booger McFarland about Joe Burrow and Trevor Lawrence's roles in the upcoming draft class before diving head first back into the Astro's cheating.
Stephen addresses Antonio Brown's concerning video and has a new stance on the Astros cheating scandal. Jeff Passan nail down what you need to know when it comes to the Astros
Stephen has Paul Finebaum on to point out LSU and CLemson's strengths and weaknesses, and of course disagree on predictions. He also gets into the Astro's suspensions.
Stephen A. is BACK! He starts with a big announcement before talking bad match ups and lamenting the NFL Playoffs with Ryan Clark.
Nicole and Taylor talk to Bill Barnwell about NFL coaching expectations and Wentz's concussion, and Bucky Brooks joins to give NFL playoff predictions and talk Brady's future.
Nicole and Taylor talk about these NFL match-ups and whether QB skill or the team around him is more valuable. They also can't believe we have another KD Twitter beef.
Howard Bryant discusses the lack of African American head coaches in the NFL. Plus, Director of the Australian Open Craig Tiley on how the fires could impact the tournament.
John & Patrick McEnroe in for Stephen A. The guys break down the NFL Divisional round, and discuss the New York Knicks issues with Jeff Van Gundy.
Mina and Domonique talk to Dan Graziano about Tom Brady's future and predict Divisional Round upsets.
Mina and Domonique talk about the new coaching hires and how the Rooney Rule has proved ineffective, and Jamison Hensley joins to talk Lamar Jackson's come up with the Ravens.
Nicole and Taylor talk to Dan Orlovsky about how Mike McCarthy needs to run the Cowboys, and Laura Rutledge joins to talk about the factors that went into Tua's declaration.
Nicole and Taylor get into Tua's declaration, Jadeveon Clowney's questionable hit, and Stephen A. calls in to talk about the Cowboys hiring Mike McCarthy.
Randy and Nicole talk more Cowboys drama, which QB has the most to prove this NFL season, and Nicole's trek to the other side of the world.
Randy and Nicole start off with the seemingly never-ending saga of Jason Garrett's firing, and Tim Cowlishaw joins to elaborate. Chase Daniels joins to talk NFL playoffs.
Elle and Michael talk to Lenny Wilkens about David Sterns legacy, Mike Tannenbaum joins to talk NFL playoffs, and Elle has some beef with New Year, New You.
Michael and Elle look back at the success of David Stern's life, and Jackie MacMullen joins to share personal anecdotes. They also share football predictions.
Will addresses his questioning of Carson Wentz ability and pulls Booger McFarland into the conversation, and gets his NFL coach opinions.
Will talks to Tim Hasselbeck about all of the NFL coaching transitions and firings, the Cowboys ticking clock, and a seemingly unreal quote from Bruce Arians.
Mike and Courtney talk about the NFL playoff picture, specifically how Marshawn Lynch's return will affect the Seahawks, and Quentin Richardson joins to talk NBA.
Michael and Jay talk to Arash Markazi about the Clippers- Lakers rivalry, debate whether LeBron or Steph defined the NBA in the 2010's, and talk worst gifts given or received.
Aaron Goldhammer and Courtney Cronin recap the Viking's loss, if the Packers are for real and the NFC playoff picture.
Elle and Mike talk to Chiney Ogwumike, who previews tomorrow's big NBA games and gives her opinion on Kawhi's uncle's demands. Then they get into the news on Antonio Brown.
Peter Burns and Mark Tauscher in for Stephen A. Smith to discuss the Cowboys' mediocrity and preview Monday Night Football with Booger McFarland.
Mike and Courtney talk about the Packers peaking in the NFC North, the wait for Jason Garrett to be fired, and Marshawn Lynch's potential Seahawks return.
Michael and Randy get into a heated debate with Clinton Yates and Chiney Ogwumike about Christmas music, and Marques Johnson joins to talk Lakers/ Bucks drama.
Michael and Randy talk about the overreaction surrounding last nights Bucks/Lakers game and Michael Holley joins them to talk about the Pats.
Mike and Mina get into some NFL coaching talk with Damien Woody in the wake of Coughlin's firing, and talk about tonight's Bucks-Lakers game with Chris Herring.
Mike and Mina talk about Coughlin being fired from the Jaguars, Dan Orlovsky joins to get defensive about Mitch Trubisky, and Mike and Mina enrage Twitter.
Ryan Clark joins Laura and Domonique to talk about Stephon Gilmore and black quarterbacks, and discuss Kareem Hunt's critical comments.
Laura and Domonique talk to Joe Tessitore about Drew Brees' impact on the city of New Orleans before transitioning into a discussion on The Year of the Black Quarterback.
Laura and Marcus get into Josh Gordon's suspension, Marcus' hidden poetry talent, and get a special call from Steve in Queens.
Laura and Marcus talk record-breaking Brees, Freddie Kitchens clarifying that he does indeed like his job, and Christmas carol pros and cons.
Booger McFarland joins Matt and Laura to talk about NFL Playoffs, Dallas' coin flip fiasco, and Joe Burrow's Heisman win. Matt also reveals himself to be a Grinch.
Matt and Laura talk about all of the big storylines in the NFL now that we are approaching the playoffs, and whether or not Urban Meyer would cut it in the NFL.
Stephen talks to Louis Riddick about Lamar Jackson's greatness and his pick for the NFL Playoffs, and takes a call from his Cowboy fan friend.
Stephen starts his last show until mid-January but explaining why he isn't impressed by Lamar Jackson's win over the Jets and why he thinks the Giants are frauds.
Stephentalks about Urban Myers interest in NFL coaching and Shaq and Barkley's comments toward Joel Embiid.
Stephen starts off giving his thoughts on Gerritt Cole's massive contract with the Yankees and moves on to Antonio Brown's latest Twitter rant.
Bob talks to Ryan Clark about the College Football Playoffs, Cowboys drama, Pats trauma, and the possibility of the Ravens sitting Lamar Jackson.
Bob has a lot to say about Gerritt Cole's massive Yankees signing, and the callers prove that Yankees fans will never have enough.