Stephen A., Max debate how Colin Kaepernick’s ad impacts Nike | First Take | ESPN

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate what the impact will be on Nike for having Colin Kaepernick as the face of its 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign.

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24 thoughts on “Stephen A., Max debate how Colin Kaepernick’s ad impacts Nike | First Take | ESPN

  1. Anybody throwing they nike's away, please send my way. Thank you!

  2. We need nike and other big companies t ok be the face of the issue because they are bigger than Kaepernick. Kap is not the issue and nike is not the face. Nike has taken the right side and Steven a Smith once again disses our struggle

  3. Stephen A. Smith finally has a point that I agree with….. congratulations universe. You win.

  4. Kaepernick is the victim here.  NOT the 11 & 12 year old children in China making Nike shoes and working 12 hours a day.  If only we could get more children making more shoes to help poor Colin

  5. SAS knock Kap himself so who is he to say NIKE high jacked the story. We understand that they will make money but it's business and it broadens Kaps platform. U didn't stand up for him at ALL!

  6. Fuck that nigger he can die right fucking now fucking communist niggers

  7. Why did he not just protest the police departments who were involved in killing unarmed civilians? Why kneel for the anthem and flag when people have died for it

  8. first thing i hear is sas snorting something then say the dumbest sentence ive ever heard

  9. Its not disrespectful to the flag, its disrespectful to police officers who by the way are being shot and killed at an increasing rate because of campaigns like this. Collin should go police some of these communities but don't expect anyone to raise a fit if he catches a bullet acting as a police officer.

  10. They are just trying to sell shoes and they know who buys the most of them. Good business move is all……

  11. I love how people are saying "white people hate…. blah blah blah…" but can't even realize that Max's white ass has been supporting the issue and Kap from the beginning while the black guy Stephen A hasn't. There are plenty of white people out there like that lmfaoo so don't categorize them

  12. Supporting someone = hijacking the narrative, ok Stephen A, please shut up. You are fucking retarded my dude

  13. Stephen A. one of those people every time someone stand up for something he like what took you so long. I'm still waiting to see when he stood up for others and not himself.

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