Stuart Scott News & Bio

Name:Stuart Scott
Hometown:Winston-Salem, NC
High School:Reynolds
Born:July 19, 1965
Died:January 4, 2015
Stuart Scott

Michael Jordan’s Flu Game Was 25 Years Ago Today, So Here’s Stuart Scott’s ‘SportsCenter’ Highlights
Michael Jordan‘s basketball career is defined by a whole lot of performances and moments that can be referenced by even the most casual sports fan...

Tar Heel Trailblazer: Synthia Kearney
The first African American on the UNC women's soccer team and Gastonia, North Carolina's first female battalion chief, Synthia Kearney will be celebrated this month...

Winston-Salem Walk of Fame honors the legacy of Stuart Scott
Pioneering sportscaster Stuart Scott might have used one of his favorite catchphrases to describe Friday’s Walk of Fame ceremony at Benton Convention Center. Scott was...

Stuart Scott's 'SportsCenter' call of Michael Jordan's Flu Game is still the best
The Michael Jordan “flu game” — Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, in which he battled through something (was it really the flu? Food...

On The Anniversary of Stuart Scott’s Death, His Daughters Pay Tribute To His Legacy
We lost our father January 4th 2015. To the rest of the world, he was Stuart Scott, the breakthrough ESPN broadcaster with time-tested catch phrases...

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