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In 2013, Smith left ESPN for Sirius XM Radio, where he joined Chris Russo's Mad Dog Sports Channel.
The move was announced just one day after Smith made some controversial comments on ESPN 2's First Take program regarding the Ray Rice situation.
radio show on WEPN in New York City with his "right-hand man B. The show came to an end in April 2008 as Smith sought to expand his career in television, and beginning May 1 Scott Van Pelt began hosting in the 3–4 p.m. In November 2009, Smith became an on-air contributor to Fox Sports Radio, and was the one who broke the story of Allen Iverson's retirement on the Chris Myers-Steve Hartman afternoon show on November 25.
Iverson later ended his short retirement, and re-joined the Philadelphia 76ers on December 2.
It was announced on February 1, 2011, that he would be returning to ESPN as a columnist for and host weekday local radio shows on 1050 ESPN Radio New York (WEPN-AM) at 7–9 p.m.
ET as well as 710 ESPN Radio Los Angeles (KSPN-AM) at 6–8 p.m. April 24, 2012 was Smith's last show for LA 710 ESPN.
In early 2011, Smith became a resident FSR NBA insider and ended his morning show.
On June 11, 2015, Smith received criticism for a comment he made about female soccer players during the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.