“I think I’m looking for something that feels on my behalf.”
"Quarantine-style ESPYs 2020."
“The NFL needs Black players, and I think the league needs to show that they are truly embracing not just the entertainment value that these players bring, but also their social concerns.”
For those of us who grew up watching — and arguing about — Michael Jordan, the ESPN documentary series allowed us to relive those memories.
Barack Obama Was Hilariously Labeled A "Former Chicago Resident" In The New Michael Jordan Docuseries
"I thought I recognized that former Chicago resident."
An ESPN official said in a blog post that although the network doesn't have rebroadcast rights for old games typically, it is "exploring that possibility for events and content that we don’t have re-air rights already."
“They threatened me, and I understood immediately that threat put me and my family at risk, and this exposure would put my professional life at risk as well,” John Skipper said.
A Former ESPN Anchor Filed A Lawsuit Claiming Male Staffers Had "Scorecards" Of Women They Were Targeting For Sex
Adrienne Lewis filed a sexual harassment lawsuit Sunday in Connecticut claiming ESPN retaliated against her after she made complaints to HR.
The ESPN anchor sparked controversy last year with a series of tweets calling President Trump a “bigot” and a “white supremacist."
ESPN hired the SportsCenter cohost for her opinions. That she is being punished for expressing them speaks heavily to the unequal power dynamic at play.
The White House had previously called for her firing after she called Trump a white supremacist.
The White House on Friday continued its attack on ESPN for comments made by SportsCenter cohost Jemele Hill on Twitter calling Donald Trump an ignorant bigot and white supremacist.
The network cited the deadly rally in Charlottesville earlier this month and said it switched Lee to a different game "simply because of the coincidence of his name."
Females are strong as hell.
"I just wanna throw sh*t"
"Patriots make you drink."
Disney will launch a new ESPN branded streaming service, but with different programming from the popular TV channel.
C'est aussi un pionnier dans son sport.
He's also a pioneer in his sport.
He says we've taken LeBron James "for granted" and that everyone loves Steph Curry because "anyone who plays pickup basketball on the weekend can look like him."
Not sorry you're sorry, Stephen.
The soccer star retired from the sport in late 2015.
"ESPN is an inclusive company," the company said in a statement.
The sportscaster is seeking $75 million in damages from a man convicted of stalking her, as well as two hotel companies, after she was secretly videotaped nude.
The sportscaster is seeking $75 million from the man who shot the video in 2008 and a Nashville Marriott that she said allowed him to request the room next to hers.
Andrews was brought to tears Monday in a Nashville courtroom. The sportscaster is suing a local hotel as well as the man who took the video for $75 million in damages.
Not only did The Force Awakens smash records at the box office, it also pushed up toy sales, even after the highs of 2015's Frozen frenzy.
56% of cable subscribers polled in a recent survey said they'd happily drop ESPN and ESPN 2 if it meant a lower cable bill.
First up: The Golden Globes and the College football championship game.
ESPN said the NFL had directed money from a $30 million gift to Foundation for the National Institutes of Health away from a particular researcher.
“I do CrossFit…so yeah, I can catch a pass…”
Talkin’ ‘bout practice.
We talkin' ‘bout practice.
The site will cease to operate "immediately," ESPN announced Friday.
Mike's still got it!
“I never got to be proud of what I did in Sochi because I felt so horrible about what I didn’t do."
Jessica Mendoza spoke to BuzzFeed News about being the first woman to call a nationally televised MLB playoff game during Tuesday's American League Wild Card game on ESPN.
It can really wait.
ESPN announced Friday that the Olympic gold medalist will appear as an analyst for their Sunday Night Baseball broadcasts for the rest of the MLB season. On Thursday, Curt Schilling was booted from a similar role.
The former Red Sox pitcher continues to face disciplinary action from ESPN as fallout from Nazi-related tweet.
The former MLB pitcher and ESPN analyst tweeted a photo that compared Islamic extremists to Nazis.
Embedded Facebook comments, meant to make stories more social, have become the latest breeding ground for internet cons.
The ousted ESPN personality will join HBO, the network announced Wednesday.
“It’s been eye-opening, inspiring, but also frightening."
Trump's controversial comments on Mexican immigrants have led to several major businesses cutting ties with him — from major television networks to celebrity chefs.
ESPN announced Wednesday that it was dropping the outspoken sports show host, who has been especially critical of how the NFL handles domestic violence.
The former Cincinnati Red, who holds the all-time record for hits, has been banned from baseball since 1989.
A rumor is circulating on social media that Army veteran Noah Galloway was the "runner-up" for the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, but ESPN confirms there is no such thing.
ESPN president John Skipper confirmed the news in a statement early Friday.
Britt McHenry also insulted the worker's education and job in the minute-long rant.
Gabriela Moreira said the media cannot be "a vehicle for any kind of prejudice".
It's a pretty good bet that Darf Mader and his Storm Twoopers are gonna take the whole thing. Because basketball.
Lynch’s refusal to play by the accepted rules of sports has been been called the work of a “goon” or a “god.” But what if it instead heralds a new, negotiated mode of sports stardom?
The network argues the school is subject to the Access to Public Records Act.
Crap we're live!?
"When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live," Scott once said.
"And sometimes when I have a real thick briefing I have to read through, I'll have the game on with the sound off."
Jemele Hill of ESPN of the story on the incident — and the history behind it — that shocked fans and the league.
Third-quarter earnings from the largest television network owners show a tepid advertising environment. Blame Nielsen. Or Ebola. Or something.
The ESPN personality fired back at being called "ridiculous."
The Minnesota Vikings running back appeared in court Tuesday afternoon, where he plead to reckless assault charges. The deal ensures Peterson will not serve jail time.
We are all witnesses.
If he doesn't get tenure, I'm leaving.
Fans have taken to Twitter to slam ESPN after the company suspended Simmons Wednesday. Simmons' suspension came after he called NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell a liar.
In expletive-laced comments, Simmons called Goodell a liar, then challenged ESPN to censure him.
The NFL Players Association filed an appeal of the indefinite suspension on behalf of Ray Rice on Sept. 16.
Stern statements from brands like Pepsi and Anheuser-Busch aren't really damaging the league. If they want to affect real change, they need to hit the league and its owners where it hurts most — in their wallets.
Mom Hannah Storm got emotional on SportsCenter while talking about having to explain the NFL's decisions with her football fan daughters.
Featuring a world where men and women's roles are reversed in everyday situations, life advice from sloths, and a Weird Al music video for good measure.
"Great things can happen when you have the courage to be yourself."
The NBA's current TV contract expires in two years, and as the only major sports league or property whose rights become available before 2020, the league is about to score a big-time payday.
There is growing speculation — or perhaps a better word is hope — that Iger, Disney's current chairman and CEO, will extend his contract and remain with the company past the June 30, 2016, date currently set for him to retire.
"If I put anyone in harm's way, I apologize," a tearful Rodman tells ESPN.
The Inspiring Story Of Students Who Are Immigrant Farm Workers By Day And A Football Powerhouse By Night
The Mendota football team out of California is being featured on ESPN's Outside the Lines for its unique story and transformational coach.
"You are one of the great quarterbacks playing the game today and you've had a lot of success and yet you have done it all without a mustache ... you look like a succulent baby lamb."
How one college student's sign made him a small Bitcoin fortune.
To some, he's an endlessly illuminating source of sports-business infotainment, a self-styled reporter for the social media age; to others, he is the embodiment of corporate greed and cultural ruin. How did a nebbishy theater major from Long Island transform himself into sports media's biggest lightning rod?
Internet interest in twerking reached a peak Tuesday, and by Thursday the words "twerk" or "twerking" were used on television more than a thousand times in a day. Congratulations, you made it through peak twerk.
DraftStreet, the fantasy sports website that allows for daily and weekly instead of full-season play, will bring 40 players to Las Vegas to compete in a tournament with a $1 million grand prize, the largest single guaranteed award in fantasy sports history.
Agnieszka Radwanska claimed she is not ashamed of Jesus. But her Catholic youth group is ashamed of her.
Where the original 30 for 30 fell short, ESPN's new Nine for IX documentary series makes good.
It must've taken him at LEAST ten minutes to finish this "poem."
Bob Ley throwing some punches here.
Notre Dame senior Casey Murdock hit the State Farm half-court shot on his second try. Keep an eye out for the Notre Dame fan wearing the bunny suit.
Rob Parker will not return to "First Take."
In a total win move, the network didn't shy away from an intimate moment between Scott Norton and his husband during the 2012 PBA Chameleon Championship.
Enough of this guy.
ESPN posted this photo to their Facebook page, despite, you know, the results of the game.
And we ask why we still do things this way? Why do we still do it this way? Really why? It's insane.