Molly Qerim rolls her eyes after Stephen A Smith’s speech makes her want to dunk him in water

ESPN star anchor Molly Qerim had an intriguing back-and-forth with Stephen A. Smith on Friday’s first take.

The 38-year-old presenter poked fun at Stephen A in a hilarious exchange, telling him she wishes she had “a dunk tank” for him.

Molly Qerim mocked First Take host Stephen A. Smith


Molly Qerim mocked First Take host Stephen A. SmithPhoto Credit: First Take/ESPN
Stephen A Smith thinks Russell Westbrook has a great opportunity


Stephen A Smith thinks Russell Westbrook has a great opportunityPhoto Credit: First Take/ESPN

Molly and former NBA star Kendrick Perkins were alongside Smith.

The exchange went down when Stephen A suggested what if Russell Westbrook led the Los Angeles Clippers to a title.

Despite the Clippers being without the injured Paul George, Stephen A felt Westbrook had a shot at a win.

“Paul George is not healthy. What if Russell Westbrook turns back the clock and leads the Clippers to the finals?”

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Molly quickly returned the idea.

“Is that another fantasy, or do you think that might happen?”

And here things take an abrupt left turn.

The 55-year-old star has assured the audience that he makes his fantasies and dreams come true.

“I fulfill enough fantasies for the audience.”

“So I’m allowed to fantasize myself.”

The comment prompted Qerim’s mockery to continue.

“That’s when I wish I had a dunk tank.”

“I would just dunk him in the water and he would just fall.”

The exchange made Perkins laugh and Molly couldn’t stop her laughter and had to cover her face with a piece of paper.

The Clippers meet the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs.


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