Jemele Hill is leaving her post at ESPN’s SportsCenter and headed to be the Chief Correspondent and Senior Columnist for The Undefeated — the ESPN vertical dedicated to race, culture, and sport. She will do occasional pieces for E:60 and will provide commentary for programs including SportsCenter, Outside the Lines, Around the Horn, Highly Questionable, Pardon the […]
In recent interview on First Take, Stephen Smith was speaking about New York Knicks president, Phil Jackson, when he said, “His first move as executive of the New York Knicks was to sign Lamar Odom, who was on crack!” This didn’t sit too well with Odom, who just one day before the interview, went to […]
Well, well, well. Sage Steele, everyone’s favorite ESPN anchor who loves to tell anyone who will listen just how “not black” she is, may have just found out about her blackness the hard way. It is being reported that Steele is officially out at ESPN and that she will be replaced by the blonde Michelle […]
ESPN anchor Sage Steele is in hot water once again for her comments involving black people and racism. During a recent panel discussion on race, Steele reportedly revealed that her worst experiences with racism in America have been at the hands of black people because she is biracial, married to a white man and has […]
How quickly things turn around. As we reported yesterday, tennis icon Venus Williams was subjected to utterly disrespectful commentary during the Australian Open by ESPN announcer Doug Adler. Well today ESPN has decided what his punishment should be and let’s just say you won’t have to hear him on-air for the foreseeable future. Social media […]
Obama says the hacks brought attention to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and issues within the Democratic National Committee.
Sports anchor Sage Steele has landed herself in hot water for the second time this week. First, she criticized Tampa Bay Buccaneer Mike Evans for refusing to stand for the National Anthem after Trump’s election. Now she’s under fire for a lengthy Facebook post about Black people’s apprehensive approach to diversity. “Instead of praising or uplifting […]
The day after Super Bowl LI, on February 6, 2017, Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, current hosts of His & Hers, will be the new hosts of the 6 p.m. SportsCenter hour.
ESPN's Bomani Jones spoke with Roland Martin about the ongoing and escalating controversy surrounding NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.