ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Has Died at age of 49 Fighting Cancer


ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott has died today at the age of 49 years: The ESPN has lost an sportscaster and anchor on 4th January 2015. The statement given by ESPN is:

ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott has Died at 49

Stuart Scott, a family man and one of the best anchor of ESPN, has died after fighting battle with Cancer.


ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott has died at age of 49

The Scott’s family includes two daughters, Taelor, and Sydni; his parents, O. Ray and Jacqueline Scott; and three siblings Stephen Scott, Synthia Kearney, Susan Scott. His Girlfriend, Kristin Spodobalski cared him at every step with full dedication with her family and close friends.

He achieved a lot in his life. On July 16, 2014, Scott rewarded with Jimmy V Perseverance award at ESPYs. He done a wonderful speech explaining the sentimental feelings for his daughters. During the speech, he shared with everyone that he is fighting with cancer.

For approx. 21 years, He was responsible and popular personality of ESPN and ABC Sports. He was become one of the most popular Sportscaster over the world. Some of his catchphrases are much popular including “Boo-ya” and “As cool as the other side of the pillow”. Scott started knowing for interesting and colorful descriptions

He joined the ESPN network in 1993 and for the launch of ESPN2, he became as leading anchor of ESPN’s SportsCenter which he used to anchor the 11 PM show. Because of his talent and hard working, he hosted major roles on NFL and NBA programming. Stuart also worked for NBA finals, Super Bowls, Major League Baseball playoffs and World series, the NCAA Final Tour and many more.

During the period of 2007-2011, he was the host of ABC sports weekly NBA Sunday Studio, ESPN’s NBA studio show and he used to host NBA Finals Trophy presentation every year. He has also hosted various ESPN and ABC Series and Specials, including Stump The Schwab, Dream Job, ESPN’s 25th Anniversary Special and The ESPY Red Carpet Show.

Being a busy TV schedule, he also worked in The Magazine, ESPN Radio, and

Scott normally used to interview world’s big athletics Not only this he also interviewed news makers, celebrities, and Politicians.

No one wants to lose him. But who can question about this from God. Now only we can remember his wonderful interviews and shows. Now no one is there to take vacant space of him because he was a hard working man and a good manager as he used to hosts many host at same interval of time. Stuart Scott dies at 49 due to cancer.

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