Tag: Atlanta Hawks

Ebs’ NBA Trade Deadline Wishes

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – Folks, we are in the midst of one of the most exciting days in sports. It’s NBA Trade Deadline Day. And we already saw a handful of trades take place Wednesday night. But of course, none included Anthony Davis. And honestly, I don’t think we’ll see Davis go anywhere Thursday […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Buffalo Sabres, Carmelo Anthony, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Rams

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – I could wait and write some boring introduction, but I’m not going to. Are the Buffalo Sabres a playoff team? Yup. I just wrote that. Here’s a fresh set of Ebs’ Hot Takes. Enjoy. The Sabres are most definitely a playoff team. Now, when I write about one of my […]

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Angry Ward: It’s a Terrible Time to Be a Yankees Fan

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BRONX, NY – I’ll admit, this headline may sound more than a little misleading. I mean, the Yankees DID just win 100 games and lost to maybe the best team in baseball in the divisional round of the playoffs. As people always say (to losers), “nothing to be ashamed of.” Still, I’d say there’s collateral damage. […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Atlanta Hawks, Clayton Kershaw, Carmelo Anthony

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – This is the part of the year when the sports calendar gets really weak. It’s the offseason for the NFL, NBA and NHL, leaving baseball all by itself out of the four major sports. And if you’re not into the World Cup it’s an extremely boring part of the year. […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Meet The Matts Power Rankings

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BRONX, NY – You know what’s any easy way to fulfill a column-writing obligation? Write up a list. Any list, really. A Top 10 List, a Best Dressed List, a Greatest Moments List, a list of People You Want to Have Sex With… the list goes on and on. These days one of the most […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: March Madness Final, Yankees, Mets, Russell Westbrook, Hawks

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – It’s a big Monday in the sporting world!  Not only is the NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship Game Monday night, but it also marks the first full slate of the MLB season. It’s an exciting day for any sports fan. I was going to do an Ebs’ One Big Thing on just the national […]

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What Ebs’ Learned: Syracuse Hoops, Atlanta Hawks, NFL Playoffs, College Football Playoffs

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Without the Buffalo Bills playing this weekend, I didn’t quite know what to do. The Wild Card round was cool and all, but I had a pretty good hunch each one of the four games was going to be a blowout. And the game I was looking forward to most – the […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Bama, Jazz, Bills, Wilt. Suck on These Sports Slogans

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BRONX, NY – I don’t want to write about politics. I don’t want to write about old TV shows. I don’t want to write about the unseasonably warm weather or kneeling during the National Anthem or the Great Barrier Reef wasting away. Honestly, I really don’t want to write at all this week. So, here’s […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Refs Steal One From The Hawks and More

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ON THE SIDELINES AT A LACROSSE PRACTICE, SOMEWHERE – By now I’m sure you have all seen Atlanta Hawks center Al Horford’s Flagrant 2 foul on Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Matthew Dellavedova during the second quarter of Sunday night’s Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. (If you haven’t, here’s the link.) And I’m sure you all have […]

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Sports Thank You Notes For 200, Alex

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SLINGERLANDS, NY – If you’ve read my columns in the past, you are probably already aware that I’m a pretty big late night talk show fan. In the past we’ve spoofed Jimmy Fallon’s Pros and Cons and Seth Meyer’s A Couple Things. This time around it’s another Jimmy Fallon hit – Thank You Notes! Enjoy! Thank […]

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