According to multiple reports, long-time Cleveland Sports talk show host Kendall Lewis has died.
He was known as the "BSK"...for Big Sports Kahuna, also the name of his talk show on WKNR AM 850 radio.
Lewis was a Cleveland native who worked for several media outlets.
There is still no word on the cause of his death at this time, and we are still waiting on official confirmation.
Lewis' nephew, Benjamin A. Lewis, posted the following message on Instagram on Tuesday:
Many of his friends and colleagues are sharing their condolences on Twitter:
It saddens me deeply to learn of the passing of the BSK! He was a great person, husband and father. Our 2 plus years working together....— Greg Brinda (@SirFranksnBacon) April 12, 2017
produced some of the best radio programming this area has heard. He will be deeply missed. I'll say more Thursday on Kings Court post game— Greg Brinda (@SirFranksnBacon) April 12, 2017
Just hearing of the passing of my former WKNR colleague, Kendall Lewis. Always laughing. Mock draft nerds above got the best. RIP, BSK...— Ryan McNaughton (@RyanInNiles) April 11, 2017
I started emailing Kendall Lewis's show on KNR when I was 13. Years later we'd host shows together at DSN and 92.3. Owe him a lot. RIP BSK.— Joe Lull (@LullOnSports) April 11, 2017
So sorry to hear of the BSK Kendall Lewis 's passing . I always enjoyed talking to him and loved his passion for sports. #RIP Good Man— john telich (@JohnTelich8) April 12, 2017
My heart aches over the news of BSK's passing. Stunned. Absolutely loved that man. Wicked smart and super-nice.— Dennis Manoloff (@dmansworld474) April 11, 2017
Didn't want to believe it was true,about the passing of Kendall Lewis @TheBSKsays but unfortunately it is.A passionate pro, a good friend...— Kenny Roda (@TheKennyRoda) April 12, 2017
Thoughts and prayers to the family of @TheBSKsays. One of the best to ever grace the airwaves on WKNR and an even better person. RIP— Jason Gibbs (@BGSUGibbs) April 12, 2017
First time I worked with @TheBSKsays was the day after my 19th birthday, screening calls for his WKNR show. We argued over Jerome Harrison.— Tony Mazur (@TonyMazur) April 11, 2017
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