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Sports World Paying Tribute To The Legendary Stuart Scott


It's a somber day in the sports community on Tuesday. The great would've been 57 today after he passed away from cancer back in 2015. He was one of the best sports broadcasters/anchors of all time and did outstanding work with ESPN. He also had one heck of a speech at the ESPYS when he won the Jimmy V Award. (The Spun)

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Sports World Paying Tribute To The Legendary Stuart Scott


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