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Vince Carter Talks about Stuart Scott, Fatherhood and NBA Playoffs
Memphis Grizzlies guard-forward Vince Carter decided to sit down with the Gospel Herald to discuss various topics, including the passing of Stuart Scott, what it's...

Art’s Angle: BOO-YA!!!
Former UNC football coach Mack Brown and Tar Heel player Reyshawn Terry, who visited after not being back for years, may have noticed all the...

Stuart Scott's words changed everything for one cancer patient
It is no exaggeration that ESPN’s Stuart Scott, who died recently from cancer at the age of 49, rescued me from my diagnosis-depression and inspired...

Spurs Guard Danny Green Pays Subtle, Touching Tribute To Stuart Scott
San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green paid a subtle but touching tribute to the late Stuart Scott during a game against the Chicago Bulls...

Stuart Scott Memories
Confidence. When I hung up the phone after spending a half-hour talking with Stuart Scott for an Inside Carolina Magazine feature in 2009, that was...

Spurs' Green gets Stuart Scott tribute shoes, denied permission to wear them in game
San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green on Monday received a special pair of custom shoes, honoring the late ESPN anchor Stuart Scott. Green, a Tar...

The Fearless Life of Stuart Scott
Like most of you, I didn't know Stuart Scott personally. He came into my living room on a regular basis with amazing catch phrases. It...

Pitino: Vitale's "boo ya" tribute "classy"
Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino on Monday called Dick Vitale's tribute to former ESPN anchor Stuart Scott at the end of UNC's 72-71 win over...

Stuart Scott Didn't Lose to Cancer... He Transcended It
Stuart Scott managed to live life on his own terms in the face of devastating illness. In doing so he brought the rest of us...

How Stuart Scott Made Booyah His Own
Stuart Scott peppered his SportsCenter highlight rundowns with many signature catchphrases, from the admiring "cool as the other side of the pillow" to the preacherly...

Video: Stuart Scott's 2001 commencement speech at UNC
ESPN broadcaster and Tar Heel Stuart Scott inspired people around the world during his career, including those in the graduating class at ?#?UNC? in May...

Family, Friends Say Goodbye To Stuart Scott In Raleigh
Stuart Scott's family requested privacy for his funeral, and we respected their wishes. Mourners who entered the Providence Baptist Church included multimedia sports personality and...

The V Foundation Announces Ground-breaking Stuart Scott Memorial Cancer Research Fund
The V Foundation for Cancer Research and family members representing Stuart Scott announced a new cancer research fund to honor the memory of Stuart Scott...

L.A. artist paints tribute to ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott
Stuart Scott was born in Chicago, bled "Carolina blue," and gained national acclaim by dropping exuberant catchphrases. Over two decades, his urban vernacular and cooler-than-the-other-side-of-the-pillow...

Stuart Scott's First ESPN2 Sportscast - October 1, 1993 (video)
Stuart Scott, who passed away Sunday after bravely battling appendix cancer, was an inspiration to so many aspiring sports broadcasters. Scott's style made him different,...

Dick Vitale pays tribute to Stuart Scott with “booyah!” yells after UNC win (video)
ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale paid tribute to his recently departed colleague Stuart Scott when he exclaimed “Booyah!” five times after No. 18-ranked University...

The Amazing Grace of Stuart Scott
Over the past week, many sports fan friends have asked me about the late, great Stuart Scott, as I worked at ESPN for nearly seven...

Stuart Scott, 'Life Itself,' and how we tell stories about living with cancer
Television remembered the passing and legacies of two trailblazing media figures on Sunday. ESPN began the day informing its viewers that Stuart Scott, one of...

From Tiger Woods to fraternity brothers, hundreds mourn Stuart Scott in Raleigh
You could see Stuart Scott’s life in the people who filed through Providence Baptist Church in Raleigh for the ESPN anchor’s funeral visitation Friday evening...

The irreplaceable Stuart Scott
They were supposed to watch the Super Bowl together. Fred Tindal was going to fly home from Abu Dhabi, where he’s stationed with the U.S...

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