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Michigan Finds Their Next Head Basketball Coach

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SPANISH HARLEM – I bleed Blue but it’s not the one many fans in New York would expect. The Blue I’m talking about is the color that represents the Michigan Wolverines. When I was a kid I loved their uniforms. To me, the colors just worked. That’s when I became a fan  – even before […]

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New York Knicks Get 3rd Pick In NBA Draft. What Will /Should They Do?

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SPANISH HARLEM – Where do I begin? I guess the best place to start is when I found out the New York Knicks were among the last 4 teams for the 1st pick in the NBA draft. I had just seen the other two teams that were tied with the same odds, the Cleveland Cavaliers […]

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THE REPLACEMENTS

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees lost yesterday but it’s still hard to not like what you see from this group of players. This team has had its share of bad luck with injuries to key players to start the season, and yet here they are winning games and playing small ball. To start […]

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Congratulations to CC Sabathia on Getting 3,000 K’s

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SPANISH HARLEM – On Tuesday, CC Sabathia record his 3,000th strike out, it has been a hot topic among Yankees fans and those on the Yes Network. He had his family and those close to him travel to his starts so he could share that moment with them, a feel good story for a player […]

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Damian Lillard is No Longer Underrated!

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SPANISH HARLEM – JESUS CHRIST!… that’s exactly what I said when I saw Damian Lillard hit that game-winning shot from over 35 feet away on Paul George. It was an amazing game to watch and because it was on late, I’m sure many people went to bed on the east coast rather than watch an NBA […]

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Who’s Your NBA MVP? Harden, Antetokoumpo? Mister X?

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SPANISH HARLEM – This has been a tricky subject for me, and I have bounced around with James Harden and Giannis Antetokoumpo the last two months. Just when I think I have it all figured out, one of them does something makes me change my mind.  I ‘ll give a case for each and give me my answer at the […]

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Farewell Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki, It was a Good Run

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SPANISH HARLEM – Last night, two of the best NBA players to ever played the game played their last home game. Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade said their good byes before thousands of fans who wanted to show their love and support for the very last time. Both players scored 30 points and it was […]

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Yankees Strike out to Start the Season. Bronx Panic in NYC

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SPANISH HARLEM – If you’re a New York Yankees fan this is not the way you wanted or expected this team to start the season. You often hear the words “It’s a marathon, not a sprint,” yet I know for sure that some fans (me) are freaking out. The injuries have not helped at all […]

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What I Need More Of/Less Of In baseball – The Shift, Openers and Higher Batting Averages

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SPANISH HARLEM – How about that? The New York Yankees and Mets win their Opening Day games and all is great with the world. Everyone is happy and everyone is still in contention, things may change in a couple of weeks but right now it’s all about the possibilities. I figured in the spirit of the game, […]

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MLB Season Is Upon Us: Yankees, Mets, Injuries, Worries

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SPANISH HARLEM – The rosters are set and it’s time to play some real games. The New York Yankees go into the season with issues, missing their number 1 starter to begin the season. Not the way you want to start but the world waits for no one. I have found that the greatest thing […]

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