David R. Diaz

NBA Playoffs: Heat v Celtics, Lakers v Nuggets, Jamal Murray, Tyler Herro, Pat Riley

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SPANISH HARLEM – The NBA Conference Finals are upon us and as you would expect, each series is shaping up to be a great end to a longer season than any imagined. While most will have you believe that the NBA would love a Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics Finals (I believe that too), […]

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Yankees Add Reinforcements, Nuggets Sink Clippers

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SPANISH HARLEM – This is weird for me, my first baseball article of the season and it’s almost over. The New York Yankees have had their ups and downs but they look headed for the playoffs. They probably won’t win their division like I hoped but the important thing is to make the playoffs and […]

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Three Reasons To Be Excited About The New York Knicks

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SPANISH HARLEM – It has been a rough couple weeks if your a fan of New York, except if your an Islanders fan (8.8 seconds), but you catch my drift here. None have caused more pain and sorrow as the New York Knicks. Let’s be honest, this franchise is running on over 20 years since […]

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NBA Game(s) 7 Recap: Nuggets vs Jazz and Rockets vs Thunder… Tom Seaver.

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*With the sad news of Tom Seaver’s passing, homage will be paid to Tom Terrific tomorrow. SPANISH HARLEM – If you love the NBA basketball, then the last two nights gave you Game 7 match-ups on back-to-back days. There were others games on those nights, with the Boston Celtics beating the Toronto Raptors to take […]

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Professionals Sports Boycott Games

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SPANISH HARLEM – I was hoping to give you some NBA playoff talk today but that changed in a heartbeat yesterday. There were rumors starting on Tuesday that the Milwaukee Bucks were thinking about boycotting Game 5 of their playoff game versus the Orlando Magic and sure enough before game the news broke that they […]

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Let’s Get Rid of The Unwritten Rules In Sports: Tatis, Soto, Soccer

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SPANISH HARLEM – Fernando Tatis, Jr. and Juan Soto were ridiculed this week for what some people believe are disrespectful to The Unwritten Rules in Baseball. If you haven’t seen or heard about it, here is what happened: Tatis, while his team was up 10-3 against the Texas Rangers, crushed at a 3-0 pitch for […]

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NBA Bubble Recap: Giannis, LeBron, Lillard and More

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SPANISH HARLEM – As the NBA regular season gets ever closer to the playoffs, some teams are still fighting to enter the picture while others that are secure look to rest up, making sure their players are ready for the postseason grind. These are fun times indeed – you have Damian Lillard looking to secure […]

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The Good and Bad Of Hiring Tom Thibodeau

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SPANISH HARLEM – Last week, the New York Knicks announced that they were hiring Tom Thibodeau to be their next head coach. This was no surprise, as Thibbs has been the favorite for months – more so because of his relationship with the Knicks new President, Leon Rose. Rose was Thibbs’ agent while Rose was […]

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COVID-19 Hits Baseball… What Do We Do Next?

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SPANISH HARLEM – The baseball world was turned upside down this week and dealt with its first major Covid-19 issue. The Florida Marlins had about half its team test positive for the virus and stunted a couple of teams in the process, including the New York Yankees, who were to play the Philadelphia Phillies on […]

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The Wide World Of Sh*ts. Bubba Wallace, Leon Rose, MLB Sneezing

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SPANISH HARLEM – Someone pretty much had nothing to write about because Angry Ward killed it yesterday with his great column on all the sports that matter. Thanks for the lay-up… okay, let’s start over. Since necessity is mother of all invention, I’ll will do something I have never done before, I will look at […]

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