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Stuart Scott Returns To SportsCenter

ESPN’s Stuart Scott returned to SportsCenter on Monday night for the first time since the 45-year-old anchor announced he was undergoing chemotherapy treatments.

On the same day as his return, Scott created a Twitter account. “whats good. back to work 2nite after recent surgery. gotta fight cancer again..i’ll lean on u guys..u lean on me a little..we’ll beat it,” Scott tweeted before SportsCenter.

Besides from some weight loss (Nothing the ESPN Cafeteria can’t fix), Scott appeared to be his usual self. Here’s to Scott defeating cancer once again.



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Cablevision Employees Sending Customers To Illegal Websites In Order To Watch The MLB Playoffs

If you’re a Cablevision customer who is looking for a way to watch Game 1 of the World Series Wednesday night, the cable network might have a solution for you.

The New York Daily News has obtained a tape of a Cablevision representative telling an upset customer that he can watch the MLB playoffs on an illegal website:

In a sign of how nasty things are getting, one Fox employee who is also a Cablevision customer taped his conversation with a customer service rep, The News learned.

“Is there anyplace I can get these games?” the Long Island-based customer asks.

The rep first suggests the customer try adjusting his HD set, which would allow him to legally get the Fox signal over the air. Read more

UFC Prelims See An Increase In Ratings

A month after their lowest ratings of the year, the UFC Prelims prior to UFC 119 last Saturday earned a 0.9/1.3 rating on Spike TV.

The live broadcast peaked with 1.36 million viewers according to Spike TV officials, which featured two preliminary-card bouts from Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

The UFC Prelims before UFC 118 drew a series-low 1.1 million viewers.

UFC’s concept of teasing their pay-per-view broadcast with live fights is a great idea that boxing should consider … if they had undercards worth caring about. Read more