Stephen A. Smith Takes His Talents Back to ESPN | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Stephen A. Smith Takes His Talents Back to ESPN

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Stephen A., left the World Wide Leader when they didn’t show him the money.

After a brief stint with Fox Sports and some general freelance work, he has decided to come back and ESPN has welcomed him back with open arms.

Stephen A. Smith is returning to ESPN as a local radio host and ESPN.com columnist.  Smith will host a pair of two-hour, weekday local radio shows – one airing on 1050 ESPN (WEPN-AM) in New York from 7-9 p.m. ET and another on 710 ESPN (KSPN-AM) in Los Angeles from 6-8 p.m. PT. Both shows will focus on local sports topics, with a concentration on the NBA on game nights (1050 ESPN is the flagship station for the Knicks and 710 ESPN for the Lakers). Smith will begin to contribute to both stations this week. Smith will also cover NBA All-Star events and The Finals on ESPN Radio.  Additionally, Smith will be a featured ESPN.com columnist, writing regularly for ESPNLA.com and ESPNNY.com.

“Words cannot express how excited I am to return to ESPN,” said Smith. “The five-plus years I spent here in my previous stint were unquestionably the best years of my professional career. To have the opportunity to return to a place where I have an abundance of friends – with individuals whose contributions to my life, both professionally and personally, deserves far more credit than I can describe – simply makes my return that much more special. I’m sincerely grateful. And very, very ready. As in right now. Let’s go!”

Wish him well, I would ask for less yelling at the top of his lungs when trying to make a point, but that is a bit too much to ask.

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  1. puerto-black says:

    Stephan A vs. Skip on 1st and 10 use to be funny

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