Sports Controversies Caught on Tape
 
Artie Lange on Joe Buck Live (warning: STRONG language)


Lange, a Howard Stern Show regular, makes Joe Buck's debut episode a memorable one
 
Don Imus on the Rutgers women's basketball team


Imus refers to the Scarlet Knights as a bunch of "nappy-headed hos."
 
Joe Namath Appears intoxicated on Monday Night Football


The Hall-of-Fame confesses his desire to kiss ESPN's Suzy Kolber
 
Jim Everett attacks Jim Rome


After warning Rome not to call him Chris (Evert), the former Rams QB takes matters into his own hands.
 
Shaq Disses Kobe in rap


Days after the Celtics beat the Lakers in the 2008 Finals, Shaq freestyles and asks Kobe how his a** tastes
 
Jimmy the Greek Snyder's racist comments cost him his job


The CBS analyst and Las Vegas bookie expresses his views on African-Americans coaching in the NFL.
 
Kelly Tilghman's advice on how to beat Tiger Woods


Toghman suggests the best way to beat Tiger is to "lynch him in the back alley" (clip is at :20 second mark).
 
Sean Avery's sloppy seconds


The former Dallas defenseman received a six-game suspension for this comment.
 
Tim Hardaway makes homophobic statements on radio show


Hardaway lets the world knows his opinion of gay people.
 
Al Campanis on lack of black managers in baseball


The Dodgers general manager lost his job over this comment (taken from broadcast of ABC's Nightline).
 
Nicole Richie's crush on Kobe


As her answer suggests, Richie is quite a fan of the Lakers' guard.
 
Kobe Disses Andrew Bynum


This parking lot footage is taken nearly two years before Kobe, Bynum and the Lakers won the 2009 title.
 
Bobby Knight goes off on Jeremy Schapp


Knight lets Jeremy Schapp know he is not as good a reporter as his father, Dick Schapp.
 
Tony Kornheiser makes offensive comment



This joke was anything but funny.
 

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