An opinionated and controversial sports talk show with qualified guests, that aired on ESPN. Every 30 minute episode was hosted by the outspoken sports writer and commentator, Stephen A. Smith.
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An opinionated and controversial sports talk show with qualified guests, that aired on ESPN. Every 30 minute episode was hosted by the outspoken sports writer and commentator, Stephen A. Smith.

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The show debuted on ESPN2 at 6:30 (ET), Monday, 1 August 2005. See more »

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Stephen A. Smith: [at the end of each show] It's my house, but you're welcome anytime.
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I like Oakland A's
22 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

TO Mr. Smith: I heard your interview with Pete Rose. The discussion completely overlooked the American West front-runners, and probable winner, the Oakland A's. Every other team with a chance at the playoffs was discussed--except the Oalkand A's! Check the audio tape--I speak the truth. Even the MVP candidates you discussed excepted Frank Thomas, a legitimate candidate. And the Manager-of-the-year discussion excepted Ken Macha of the A's. Well, wouldn't you be surprised if the A's come from nowhere to be competitive in the playoffs, let alone going all the way. At least Pete Rose noted that it would be a better World Series if it weren't an Eastern one, that all fans would more enjoy a series including a California team. I'm not just a fan, I am able to analyze team quality, and I must conclude that your Eastern bias has hobbled your accuracy, your analytical ability, or maybe it is just that you are paid to shill for the Eastern teams! Better you check out the A's, cause they may surprise you later.


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