Stephen A. Smith stated one thing dumb once more just lately when he commented that NBA gamers who put on hoods on the bench seem like Trayvon Martin, sparking this week’s largest social media spat (to date).
In response, Cleveland’s J.R. Smith stated Monday the ESPN blowhard is an “Uncle Tom” for even floating the concept NBA gamers sporting hoodies resemble Martin, who was killed by George Zimmerman in 2012.
The feud began final week when Stephen A. ripped the hoodies Cleveland gamers have been sporting. J.R. Smith responded on Twitter over the weekend and criticized the “First Take” scores since Skip Bayless left the present final yr.
Right here’s what Stephen A. initially stated:
“In Recreation 1, once they performed towards Boston, J.R. Smith was sitting on that bench within the fourth quarter with a hoodie on. I do not know why the hell Nike made these rattling uniforms which have hoods hooked up to it, by the best way. You bought plenty of these white people within the viewers considering that is going to be Trayvon Martin being revisited. And I am not joking about it. The bench is not any place for any person to be sporting hoodies.”
On Monday, Stephen A. Smith addressed the feedback and the blowback he took from J.R. Smith on Twitter on “First Take,” and stated he was extra going after Nike for making the hoodies than he was attacking the gamers for sporting them.
J.R. Smith returned hearth on Twitter throughout “First Take,” calling the present “trash.”
Smith mock-thanked Stephen A. for dedicating time throughout his present to speak about him.
Smith additionally referred to as Stephen A. Smith an “Uncle Tom” for his hoodie feedback.
“J.R. Smith is improper about this,” Stephen A. stated Monday. “I wasn’t speaking about J.R. Smith. I used to be speaking about Nike. Nike’s the one which made the hoodies. And I wasn’t speaking about him sporting a hoodie throughout layup strains, layup drills or the warmup line, or no matter. I used to be speaking particularly, since J.R. Smith needs to disregard this. I used to be speaking particularly concerning the J.R. Smith that was on the bench ‘trigger he had solely performed three minutes in…