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The first of today's matchups see two men that have shared many a set together on ESPN's NBA coverage. The slow resurrection of the career of Stephen' A. Smith cements itself with an appearance in the JMMT field. He takes his unique abilities against NBA studio host and SportsCenter anchor Stuart Scott in a matchup of two men whose glory days have well passed them by.
Stephen A. Smith vs Stuart Scott
Stephen A. Smith
Fact File: ESPN NBA reporter/analyst/debater... well, actually he's not around that much anymore
Why He's Here: Stephen A. is a hard man to find these days. After the mistake that was Quite Frankly and his period of overexposure, Smith faded away. Somehow, he has a job hosting shows on ESPN Radio in New York and Los Angeles and still makes the sporadic TV appearance. It's enough for us to give Screamin' A. a place on the list.
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Fact File: ESPN's NBA studio host, NBA Draft anchor, MNF anchor, and occasional SportsCenter anchor
Why He's Here: We wish all the best for Scott's cancer treatment, but we must be honest in critiquing his abilities as a television personality. Boo-yah was en vogue a decade ago, but Scott's shelf life as a legitimate television host has passed its due date. His anchoring skills were exposed at the latest NBA Draft where jokes were met with silence, information was gotten wrong, and Stuart was left behind.
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Stephen A. Smith d. Stuart Scott 51.45% - 48.55%