ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith Has Horrendous Take On Mental Illness

William Davis | Contributor

Following New England Patriots’ extensive receiver Josh Gordon’s newest departure from the NFL for drug-related points, ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith supplied up a stupefying tackle habit and psychological sickness.

Throughout a SportsCenter section on Gordon’s most up-to-date departure, Smith determined to play armchair physician whereas making proclamations about attainable drug habit that he virtually definitely is aware of nothing about. (RELATED: Chargers Give Epic Response To ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith After He Screws Up ‘Thursday Night time Soccer’ Evaluation)

“How did it turn into (a illness)?” Smith requested. “You’ll be able to’t get hooked on one thing you by no means strive. That is self-inflicted.”

Gordon had a tough upbringing and has did not put his NFL profession collectively as a result of substance abuse points.

Due to this, many have speculated or tried to diagnose Goron from behind their keyboard.

This can be a ridiculous waste of time. Except you’re Gordon’s physician, it is best to cease making an attempt to diagnose him and as a substitute ship up a prayer for him.

He might use it.

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