RIP Stuart Scott. The Hip-Hop Nation Has Lost Its Sports Anchor Icon (Video)

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Tragically, Stuart Scott, longtime ESPN sports anchor, died this morning at the age of 49, after a long battle with cancer. Scott re-defined broadcast sports journalism with his fusion of consummate professionalism with swagger, trademark catchphrases and an ethos that embodied the Hip-Hop generation. We send our deepest condolences to his family, friends and legions of fans. He will be terribly missed. Here’s a video tribute to the lost icon by ESPN. You can also find their extensive tribute to Scott here.