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3 Bright Spots For Philadelphia Eagles Fans After NFL Week #1

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SPANISH HARLEM – For the third day in a row you get to read about football. My experience with the Philadelphia Eagles on Week #1 was of some early woes and a lot of highs from the 3rd quarter on. The Washington Redskins played well from the start and Case Keenum was about as good […]

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Injury Updates on Giancarlo Stanton, Luis Severino and Dellin Betances; Will They Have Any Impact on The Playoffs

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees have dealt with an abundance of injuries this season. There have been key players hurt and a few that remain injured to this day. Today I will specifically discuss three very important pieces that manager Aaron Boone hopes to get back this season. LUIS SEVERINO This was the […]

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Thoughts on Andrew Luck, Ezekiel Elliott, Retirement and Injuries in the NFL

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SPANISH HARLEM – The biggest news of the week, at least in my opinion, surrounded two players that many thought would play major roles in their respective offenses this season: Andrew Luck and Ezekiel Elliott. These two stars were thought to be the most important pieces of their team’s and now the Dallas Cowboys and […]

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Four Young New York Knicks Players That Need To Improve ASAP

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SPANISH HARLEM – It’s that time again folks, and the New York Knicks are my go-to-in-the-clutch when I need something to write about. I know there aren’t that many of us out there. Some have sided with the Brooklyn Nets because of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving but a fan is loyal to his favorite […]

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NFC East: QB Question Marks for Each Team. Carson Wentz Top of List

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SPANISH HARLEM – Preseason football is upon us and I’m taking notice of the NFC East. For starters, it holds not only my favorite team but also a New York Giants team that many readers on this site root for. As I thought about my Philadelphia Eagles, it always came down to Carson Wentz. He […]

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Glass Half Full or Half Empty: Thoughts on the MLB Trade Deadline

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SPANISH HARLEM – SO YEA! Yesterday was super disappointing if your a Yankees fan. You saw the Houston Astros add some depth to their pitching staff by acquiring Zack Grienke (Arizona Diamondbacks) and Aaron Sanchez (Toronto Blue Jays) and the New York Yankees traded for a minor league pitcher that I could care less to google about […]

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Manny Pacquiao Gets Another Great Win In Hall of Fame Career

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SPANISH HARLEM – In hindsight, I thought I would only right a paragraph about this fight but once I started typing, I couldn’t stop.I wanted to talk about the New York Yankees and this series in Minnesota, (the games felt like a three-day Home Run Derby) but Manny Pacquiao won out this time, only fitting. […]

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Buddy’s Sports Bag: Yankees, Knicks, Boxing, Coach Drake, NBA and More!

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SPANISH HARLEM – I had so many things to write about in my head and I couldn’t pick just one. While scrolling through Twitter and Bleacher Report, I found news in sports that made think, that made laugh and one that made sad. I have thoughts and opinions, so let’s just get right to it. Aroldis […]

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Kawhi Leonard Picking Clippers Changes NBA Landscape

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SPANISH HARLEM – Last Friday was uneventful for me. I was dead tired from hanging out all night on the 4th of July and just slept all day. Looking back, it was actually great now that I think about it. I took a midday nap and woke up again at 9 pm, I stayed awake, […]

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Five Stages of Grief For The New York Knicks Fan

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SPANISH HARLEM – I have had 4 days to digest the NBA Free Agency and the dreadful lost Sunday it was for the New York Knicks. Without taking too much of your time on the 4thof July (Happy 4th to you all, BTW), let us get to the Five Stages of Grief For The New York […]

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