Molly Qerim walks off the ESPN’s “First Take” set after Max Kellerman shared his thoughts on Kobe Bryant's all-decade ranking

August 7, 2019 by Jack Ol

Max Kellerman had host Molly Qerim walked off the 'First Takes' set mid-segment after he disapproved to put Kobe Bryant on the third team for the 2010s in the show that also featured Ryan Clark.

Kellerman opposed Clark's idea of putting Kone among the top 15 players of the decade, instead revealed his thought that he would be on the "all-NBA worst team." 

“He should be on the All-NBA worst team, actually.”

Kellerman said. 

At that point, Qerim walked off set and shouted, "Goodbye!"

Kellerman then spent the rest of the segment theatrically looking at his phone and yelling out stats. Clark and Kellerman had a fair and unarguable first team that featured Stephen Curry, James Harden, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Kawhi Leonard.

Kobe averaged around 26 points per game between 2010-13 but had his game degraded after he suffered Achilles injury ahead of the 2014 season.