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Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman join host Molly Qerim Rose on this weekday morning sports debate show. Smith and Kellerman provide their expert takes on the day's trending sports topics and under-the-radar news. They're regularly joined by veteran analysts and the top guests in sports and entertainment.

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aired 2 days ago
Tim Tebow joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 3 days ago
Victor Cruz joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 4 days ago
Paul Finebaum joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 5 days ago
Marcus Spears joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 6 days ago
Ryan Clark joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 9 days ago
Tim Tebow joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 10 days ago
Victor Cruz and Damien Woody join Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 11 days ago
Paul Finebaum joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 12 days ago
Marcus Spears joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 13 days ago
Dan Orlovsky and Ryan Clark stop by to join Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 16 days ago
Max Kellerman joins Molly Qerim Rose and Stephen A. Smith to debate the hottest topics in sports.
aired 17 days ago
Max Kellerman joins Molly Qerim Rose and Stephen A. Smith to debate the hottest topics in sports.
aired 18 days ago
Max Kellerman joins Molly Qerim Rose and Stephen A. Smith to debate the hottest topics in sports.
aired 19 days ago
Max Kellerman joins Molly Qerim Rose and Stephen A. Smith to debate the hottest topics in sports.
aired 20 days ago
Max Kellerman joins Molly Qerim Rose and Stephen A. Smith to debate the hottest topics in sports.
aired 23 days ago
Tim Tebow joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 24 days ago
Max Kellerman joins Molly Qerim Rose and Stephen A. Smith to debate the hottest topics in sports.
aired 25 days ago
Paul Finebaum joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 26 days ago
Marcus Spears joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim for head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports.
aired 27 days ago
Head-to-head debates on the hottest topics in sports, with commentators Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman featured alongside host Molly Qerim. A rotation of sportswriters and athletes also weigh in with their opinions.
aired 30 days ago
Magic Johnson joins Stephen A. and Max in Wilmington, Delaware as a part of HBCU Week; performances by HBCU marching bands. From 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington, Del.

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