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Carmelo Anthony Is Back, Lebron James Sets Another NBA Record and The LA Clippers are Whole Again

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SPANISH HARLEM – It has been a great week of NBA basketball news if your searching for something to read. I know what your thinking… wait you’re not writing about the New York Knicks? To be honest, its been difficult lately to find good things to write about and I don’t want to talk sh*t […]

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Knicks Weekly: The Main Reason to Watch the Knicks

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Knicks have started out 1-4, with a lost last night that was difficult to watch. Nobody shot the ball particularly well and though they were in the game late, the Orlando Magic made their open shots count. While you ask, “why should anyone watch the Knicks?”, I answer that […]

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NFL Trade Deadline, GM Tirades, Is Buffalo In NY?

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  Another beautiful week is in the books. This means I am up and there is not much to touch on. I will skip the World Series cause I really haven’t been paying attention. The NBA season just started so we have like 9 month before the games matter. Hockey can […]

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Replacement Matt Friday: Be Bold Brodie, The Breadman Commeth. Sports Pr!cks

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WEST BROOKLYN, NJ – Good morning! Hope everyone is enjoying the Chinese Hoax of temps in the Dubai range to the Pacific Northwest in a matter of minutes. Well, the MLB regular season is over and the New York Metropolitans are now in search of a new manager, after wisely dumping the-in-way-over-his-head Mickey Callaway.   […]

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Replaceable Friday: Existential Mets Philosophy. Preseason NFL Ruminations

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FLUSHING, QUEENS: To believe or not to believe that is the question Met fans? Do we go with Tug McGraw’s “Ya Gotta Believe” is it “Once Bitten Twice Shy?” Ironically that was written by the band Great White before they burned on stage in a bizarre pyrotechnics mishap. Will the Metropolitans face a similar fate? […]

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Good Grief! Mets Getting Our Hopes Up?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY- Being a New York Mets fan is a lot like Charlie Brown attempting to kick a football placed by Lucy Van Pelt before the dark haired girl pulls the pigskin back only to have Chuck land on his keester–again. What I’m saying is the Metropolitans are probably teasing us into believing they’re going […]

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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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Replaceable Friday: MLB Trade Deadline or how the NY Mets will s— the bed once again

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PUNXSUTAWNEY, PA So the call comes in last night… its the chief…uhh Different Matt is on a plane to Iceland, can you do the column? Some charmed life my fellow pundits live, jetting off to Reykjavik on the drop off a hat. Concording to Paris to watch a soccer match. How quaint it must be. […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: The NBA Finals and Five Annoying Things about Basketball

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Toronto, Ontario: I watched the first two games of the NBA Finals, which brings my season total of playoff games watched to two. This is mainly because hockey is about 78,000 times better, but it didn’t take me to long to realize I was way out of my element when I predicted an easy finals for […]

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Bruins and Blues Battle for Lord Stanley’s Cup

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New York, NY – The NHL Final is set and we now know who will do battle for Lord Stanley’s Cup. The Boston Bruins made quick work of the Carolina Hurricanes in a four-game sweep of the Easter Conference Final. Out west, the St. Louis Blues beat the San Jose Sharks in six games to […]

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