It’s no secret that Stephen A. Smith has been feuding with Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans — and now the feud has been taken to a new level.
Smith took aim at Williamson’s weight, despite the fact that he’s been playing well.
The Pelicans responded with a troll job on social media, posting Smith’s less than impressive stats during his time playing at Winston-Salem State University and a highlight reel of his sports failures.
Then, Smith responded with a 10-minute rant claiming he doesn’t care and left questions about his college basketball career unanswered.
“You need to be educated a little bit more about Stephen A. Smith,” Smith said on his podcast. “Allow me to educate you. Number one, I don’t give a s**t. It doesn’t bother me that you troll me.”
Smith then told a sob story about a cracked knee that still bothers him now, which is why his stats were so bad.
“I’m not lying,” he explained.
Jason Whitlock isn’t buying it.
“You are lying,” Whitlock laughs.
“What he doesn’t go to now is ‘I have a six-inch screw in my knee.’ He’s completely dropped that because he knows how comical and stupid that is,” Whitlock explains.
The other thing that he will not mention is one of “the biggest smokest guns” according to Whitlock.
Smith claims that he was kept on the team — with a scholarship — while severely injured as a practice player and couldn’t run up and down the court more than three times without limping.
“If you played college athletics at any level,” Whitlock says, asking if anyone who couldn’t go up and down the court more than a few times was allowed to maintain a scholarship.
“These are the questions Stephen A. Myth needs to answer,” Whitlock says.
To hear more, watch the clip below.
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