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LeBron James, Rich Eisen Pay Tribute to Stuart Scott 4 Years After ESPN Star’s Death

LeBron James, Rich Eisen Pay Tribute to Stuart Scott 4 Years After ESPN Star’s Death

It has been four years since Stuart Scott lost his battle with cancer, but the “boo-yah!” was heard loud and clear on Friday as the sports world paid tribute to the beloved former “SportsCenter” anchor.

“Gone but never forgotten!! Rip @StuartScott. Resting and celebrating each day upstairs,” NBA legend LeBron James tweeted, along with a goat emoji (symbolizing Greatest of All Time).

“Four years later, it still hurts that Stuart Scott is gone. I think of him and my grandmother often, as people I wish I would have talked too more, learned more about and soaked up their presence,” Jemele Hill, who worked with Scott at ESPN, wrote. “Get to know everything about your loved ones today.”

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ESPN shared a compilation of Scott’s most epic “SportsCenter” commercial moments (there’s a lot!

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