ESPN First Take commentator Stephen A. Smith had the honor of coaching one side of the All-Star weekend's Celebrity All-Star game.
The hot-taking spitting Smith lasted just over a half before he was called for a technical foul. Smith was called for the technical for arguing a call with a referee in the game's third quarter.
Smith is one of the most successful and recognizable sports personalities in the world today. He coached one half of the Celebrity All-Star game alongside fellow sports personality Michael Wilbon.
Stephen A. is known for his hot-headed attitude and exuberant personality, which he was certainyl able to display during the All-Star weekend on Friday.
His roster of celebrities include musical artists Chance the Rapper, Quavo and Taylor Bennett along with actor Lil Rey Howery, LaRoyce Hawkins and WNBA star A'ja Wilson.
It is the first time that Smith has been involved with the NBA Celebrity game.
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