ESPN’s Stuart Scott Death (1965-2015) : How did Stuart Scott Die ? See Cause of Death .

By | July 20, 2020

ESPN’s Stuart Scott Death (1965-2015) : How did Stuart Scott Die ? See Cause of Death .

We are using this opportunity to remember Stuart Scott, the sports reporter who would have celebrated his 55th birthday today.

Take a look back at some of his most memorable “This is SportsCenter” moments.


Stuart Scott would have celebrated his 55th birthday today.

Take a look back at some of his most memorable “This is SportsCenter” moments. pic.twitter.com/bIvfADO4QY

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 19, 2020

Stuart Orlando Scott was an American sportscaster and anchor on ESPN, most notably on SportsCenter. Well known for his hip-hop style and use of catchphrases, Scott was also a regular for the network in its National Basketball Association and National Football League coverage.

Death and Cause of Death : 

Scott died died on January 4, 2015, at Avon, CT after a long battle with cancer.

Tributes

What a man.
He is missed by so many. I still hear his voice when the Sports Center theme comes on. #StuartScott https://t.co/gIxCh4RBwl

— Patricia W. Fischer-Author (@pawf1067) July 19, 2020

Thanks so much for sharing this clip @ReporterGarriss & @espn

Stuart Scott’s inspiring words…today he would have celebrated his 55th birthday. pic.twitter.com/wysgNv3CEp

— Jackie Ball (@NotFromBoston) July 19, 2020

At the end of our @sportscenter today on what would have been his 55th birthday, @HannahStormESPN and I had a couple of #scoopsforstu. We hope you will too. And please go to https://t.co/sK2f9NjW7o and donate to the Stuart Scott Memorial Cancer Research Fund. pic.twitter.com/dMBwOinUgG

— Jay Harris (@JayHarrisESPN) July 19, 2020

Greg Cawley wrote 
Watched it live when it aired and probably every year since, but rewatching it today, just hit me differently. Been a tough year, but the one thing I have left are my two beautiful children, and I’ll fight everyday for those two. Such a beautiful speech, from such an awesome man, and one I’m glad to have grown up watching

Mark A Hamilton wrote 
One of the best sportscaster on ESPN. Great inspiration speech a great man rest easy Stu.

Brandon Lough wrote 
Probably one of the most heart felt inspiring messages you will ever hear, so calm and so determined and you could hear a pin drop listening to his words.

Leigh Sanchez wrote 
“Cooler than the other side of the pillow”. The best sportscaster ESPN has ever had….RESPECT Stu!

Billy Sutton wrote 
Best dad in sports today. Lavar Ball. And it isn’t even close

Jocelyn Kyeremeh wrote 
Very emotional and powerful. May the Lord hold and keep you just for your girls.

Christopher Hands wrote 
He was cooler than the other side of the pillow. I miss his sports commentary.

Antonio Lewis wrote 
I miss Stuart Scott’s commentary and when he hosted at “Late night with Roy”!

Jesse White wrote 
Gets me everytime,Boo-Yah! Rip to a great human being, need more ppl like you bub

Kevin Cruz wrote 
This was a historical night, to bad the ESPYS are all about pushing agendas and politics now. Straight trash

Gio Rivera  wrote 
“Don’t downgrade your dream just to fit your reality. Upgrade your conviction to match your destiny” – Stuart Scott (1965-2015) Rest In Peace to an all-time sportscasting legend who would’ve turned 55 years old today. Gone, but never forgotten! Brian McCormick @BrianMcCormic24 · 34m I miss Stuart Scott. He was such an inspiration to many. This speech will continue to touch so many who have been fighting cancer. Happy 55th birthday, Stuart! I hope you’re celebrating it up there in the sky today.

Being that I’m a big sports guy, I’m going to use the words of the late and great Stuart Scott to convey how I feel about Kagura: He’s as cool as the other side of the pillow.

Too bad he never got his PhD (Player Hater Degree).. https://t.co/qqzUDbJmCy

— Dustin Fike (@DatDustbunny) July 19, 2020

Stuart Scott, was the best ESPN announcer ever…a huge fan favorite! I might be biased though since he IS a TAR HEEL! Stuart and my brother WILL who passed late 2019 would have been 55 November 5, 2020. They are both in heaven pulling for THE HEELS & U Roy! Go Heels! @Jumpman23

— Jim Pierce (@JimPierce2024) July 19, 2020

Happy Birthday, Stuart Scott! I’ll always have fond memories of watching Sportscenter on repeat at night as a kid. A true pioneer of the industry.

— FT_All_Couch (@FirstTeamAC) July 19, 2020

Enjoying today a little bit more with @Peticolas knowing I have the same birthday with the great @StuartScott and @aldridge_12 pic.twitter.com/rfcC5K269Z

— Angel (not Angle) or An-hell for Spanish (@AngelGutie3) July 19, 2020

Today, my frat brother Stuart Scott wldve turned 55. Glad to have gotten to hangout with him a couple times. Great broadcaster. Great guy. Happy Heavenly birthday, Brother Scott. pic.twitter.com/wN6oPOZUN3

— Stacey Hough (@huffstersports) July 19, 2020

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