Jason Whitlock memorably called Scoop Jackson "a clown" whose "fake ghetto posturing" was a "bad Nat X impersonation", and Scoop apparently has had a chance to respond. For the sake of everyone's intellect, I wouldn't dare link to anything Scoop himself has written, but you should check out True Hoop's measured analysis and Scoopwatch's scathing but fair breakdown.
I have, on occasion, tried to read Scoop Jackson. It generally defies what I thought were the limits of awfulness in journalism and commentary. I'm pretty sure I made more cogent written arguments in fifth grade. (Though to be fair to Scoop, I was awfully precocious.) Courtesy the True Hoop post, part of Scoop's explanation of his style:
Remember when Chuck D said (Rebel without a Pause) "A supporter of Chesimard?" (Assata Shakur–activist in Black Panther Party currently living in asylum in Cuba) I guarantee you that nine out of ten people never knew who Chesimard was. Chuck D remained unapologetic in his lyrics. He never explained who she was. He wanted the listener to do the research.
Dude, I don't have a problem with your references to black culture. It's your fractured syntax and general sports cluelessness that bothers me. And please never, ever compare yourself to Chuck D. That's like me saying I've adopted Thom Yorke's approach to art, when in fact I'm the K-Fed of blogging. PopoZao, bitches.