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Video: Stephen A. Smith & Skip Bayless Weigh In On Racial And Ethnic Sensitivity

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Video: Stephen A. Smith & Skip Bayless Weigh In On Racial And Ethnic Sensitivity

The recent success of New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has shined quite the light on the Asian-American talent. However, not all of the Harvard graduate’s new found attention has been all positive. Recently, a pair of questionable comments in regards to Lin’s asian ethnicity prompted two big time sports reporters to lose their jobs. And as a result, on ESPN’s First Take, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless sat down to discuss the seriousness of racial and ethnic sensitivity within the NBA.

Listen in on what the two had to say below:

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