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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby KnicksRUs » May 18, 2012, 2:40 am

Stephen A. Smith is very intelligent and knows a hell of a lot about basketball. Yes, he's annoying but he is entertaining and his thoughts are ALWAYS very eloquently said and very deep (almost too much at times).

Doris Burke doesn't deserve to be here either.

And yes Mikeman, Walt Frazier just adds absolutely nothing to the broadcast, which is already nothing from Mike Breen. It bothers me that I have to watch ESPN/TNT bullshit when Knicks games are nationally televised because I despise the duo of Breen/Clyde so damn much.

While we're at it get rid of Alan Hahn. Bring in Charles Oakley to the post game show.

And if there is a God out there Gus Johnson will return to MSG.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby KnicksRUs » May 18, 2012, 2:55 am


Is the single greatest call in sports history.

It takes "Down goes Frazier!", "Do you believe in miracles? YES!". "The Giants win the pennant!", "The band is on the field!" and takes a gigantic shit on all of them combined.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby StevoStarks » May 21, 2012, 6:37 pm

This Stephen A spoof on SNL was pretty funny. And pretty spot on.

Found it on ESPN NY.

http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/knicks/post/_/id/19774/video-stephen-a-spoofed-on-snl
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby shakespeare » May 22, 2012, 1:02 am

Hilarious. Good find, Stevo. On point.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby Jay1586 » May 22, 2012, 4:52 am

Adi wrote:Obviously the creator of the list has never had the displeasure of listening to Jamele Hill and Cheryl Miller talk about sports. They should share the #1 spot.


Oh Hells yeah! Can't stand Jemele Hill. How does she even has a job is beyond me. At times she even out dumbs skip bayless. Even her article are really bad. She gets her facts wrong so many times and looks like she is just reading a teleprompter.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby bobhait » May 22, 2012, 6:09 am

I had to google the name to make sure this was who I thought it was... Jamele sucks... and not in a good way
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby nazrmohamed » May 22, 2012, 9:20 am

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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby SALfromNY » May 25, 2012, 8:57 pm

Have you guys seen Stephen A. talking about Tiago Splitter with Skip Bayless?? Frickin Hilarious!!

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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby shakespeare » July 7, 2018, 11:18 am

Mike Breen’s Top 10 “Bang” calls in the NBA https://youtu.be/ZhHom9VMJAc

During San Antonio’s 4-1 Finals victory over Miami Heat a few years back, all I recall was Breen repeatedly saying “Bang, bang, bang.”

Spurs’ long ball shooters were on fire that series.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby StevoStarks » July 7, 2018, 1:55 pm

Mike Breen loves using that BANG line.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby Koopa Troopa » July 7, 2018, 7:46 pm

For the record, I love Stephen A. nowadays. I could care less about his sports analysis, or anyones analysis really. Arent we trying to form our own opinions and not be molded by others?

My thing with Stephen A Smith is that hes entertaining as hell. Whenever im driving and his espn radio show is on im good. :thumbsup:

Speaking of that...also like Alan Hahn too, his show is OK. Lot of the other shows on the Fan and espn radio are extremely boring. Not interested in analysts that take themselves super seriously and act like they know it all.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby big_j_NY » July 7, 2018, 8:09 pm

I'll take Stephen A. over that big fat slob Brian Winhorst, whose sports journalist career is literally known for stalking Lebron James since his high school days..................all of Winhorst's analyst commentary involves some kind of "out-of-nowhere comment" that verbally pleasures Lebron James on a daily basis.
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Re: Worst Analysts In The NBA

Postby dcapodic » July 10, 2018, 8:09 am

Koopa Troopa wrote:For the record, I love Stephen A. nowadays. I could care less about his sports analysis, or anyones analysis really. Arent we trying to form our own opinions and not be molded by others?

My thing with Stephen A Smith is that hes entertaining as hell. Whenever im driving and his espn radio show is on im good. :thumbsup:

Speaking of that...also like Alan Hahn too, his show is OK. Lot of the other shows on the Fan and espn radio are extremely boring. Not interested in analysts that take themselves super seriously and act like they know it all.


I could care less about his sports analysis, or anyones analysis really. Arent we trying to form our own opinions and not be molded by others?


Wow, I could not agree more. Sometimes, I don't get peeps...i know people that will watch every game their team plays (in whatever sport), follow all the new about their teams, know the ins and outs of everything around their teams then still start spouting an opinion that they heard on a sports talk radio station?!? I will tell them, you know more about your team than anyone else possibly could, what do you think? The only differences between you and the person you are quoting is that they have a microphone and you know more :)

I also like Stephen A for just the reasons you mentioned....he is entertaining, treats his callers with respect and speaks his mind whether it is the popular opinion or not. Many times I disagree with him but still can respect what he is saying because he makes valid points to back up his opinions.

Also like Alan Hahn and his "Hans Solo" show :)
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