On April 3, the day after Get Up debuted, ESPN issued a press release touting how strongly its studio shows performed in March. With regard to First Take, it was noted that the month was up 2% year-over-year, that the show’s audience had grown for nine straight months, and that it was the most-viewed first quarter of the year ever for the program. 736 more words
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Stephen A. Smith compared Colin Kaepernick to Donald Trump on Monday’s First Take, which…yeah.
Anyway, the best part of the exchange was Max Kellerman’s reaction. Not his words, mind you, no, just the face he made. 69 more words
Absolutely paramount stuff from ESPN today, only covering the hottest topics in SPORTS.
ESPN’s First Take is one of the most provocative shows on TV, yet very entertaining. 544 more words
Ronda Rousey had an awkward interaction with Mike Golic this morning in which she misunderstood — deliberately, in my opinion — one of his questions. Appearing on First Take, she appeared to think that Max Kellerman was being cowardly in presenting a question to her about how other people thought she was overrated after loss to Holly Holm: 131 more words
PM Roundup: Emma Stone; Saquon Barkley Sits Out Pro Day; Stanton Begged Jeter Not To Blow Up Marlins
The Big Lead’s PM Sports Roundup, which blah blah blah blah college basketball parity blah blah blah tournament better blah blah.
Emma gets sweet new gig: 268 more words
Max Kellerman came out strong on Monday of First Take, it’s just a shame it was for such an awful take.
Kellerman, Stephen A. Smith and Seth Greenberg were discussing Michigan State’s loss to Syracuse from the second round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament, when Max unleashed a brutal take. 206 more words
After being dominated by a Kawhi Leonard-less Spurs team on Sunday, LeBron James decided to spin the negative narrative on to the officials.
When speaking to reporters, LeBron discussed how the games are being called: 426 more words