When Matt Barnes, Gilbert Arenas, and Stephen Jackson said Kwame Brown's name earlier this month, they unleashed the beast.
The notorious first pick flop clap right back at the trio and then went on to verbally assault Charlamagne, Michael Wilbon, groupies, and Stephen A. Smith, who he also threatened to slap.
At first, Stephen A. said he was going to leave Kwame alone. Then he decided not to.
Yesterday, the ESPN hot taker went off with the video receipts.
"I don't have a single negative thing to say about Kwame Brown the person. And no one out there has been attacking him personally either," Stephen A. said, explaining Jackson and Arenas just attacked his game, and Barnes didn't even say anything.
The only thing anybody ever said about Kwame Brown is that he couldn't play a lick of basketball. Newsflash. That wasn't a lie. When you put your game out there in best league in the world, people can comment on it. Because you're putting your talents on public display," Stephen A. explained, and then played Kwame blooper roll. "Thirteen years in the NBA, seven different teams. And I've got an unlimited bank of bloopers for every stop along the way. That was just a short version. I got 15 minutes, I just showed you one."
Brown made $64 million over his mediocre career. Should he just be happy with his money and take the criticism?