Tag: Carmelo Anthony

Iverson’s All-Time Starting 5, Army v Navy, Refugee FC And Healthcare.gov

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: Been super busy writing for our sister site, so I haven’t had much time for non-rugby related news. But I did squeeze something out [ooh] just for you guys. On the menu for today are Iverson’s All-Time Starting 5, Army v Navy, Refugee FC and Healthcare.gov. Iverson’s All-Time Starting 5: On […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Hallmark Sports-Themed Christmas Movies

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BRONX, NY – Like it or not, the holidays are upon us like George “The Animal” Steele on a turnbuckle. The minute Thanksgiving ended, it was on like Donkey Kong. Hell… before Thanksgiving ended. We’ve already roared through Black Friday and Cyber Monday and my building’s Super  got the Christmas tree up on Monday like I’ve […]

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Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s A Helping of Thanksgiving Turkeys in Sports

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DUBLIN, IRELAND – En route to the airport last night for a red-eye to Dublin on a Buddy Pass (standby ticket given by an airline employee) yours truly was informed that DJ Eberle couldn’t go to day… something about a bad wing. Anywho, while it’s not Thanksgiving over here, per se, it is where most […]

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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 Wednesday: Modern-Day Sports Superheroes and Villains for Stan Lee

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NEW YORK, NY – Marvel Comics mastermind Stan Lee died a couple of days ago at the ripe old age of 95. A good run, by anyone’s standards. He leaves behind a loyal legion of fans and a litany of comic book characters that will live on forever. Though I was never a big comics guy, […]

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#NoFootball, Another Article About The New York Knicks

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SPANISH HARLEM – I have had a really bad weekend and while I didn’t get to see much sports at all, I still feel obligated to my 5 readers that I write something. The people need me so it’s my duty to give you what you came here to see. So with that said I […]

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Ebs’ NBA Hot Takes: Golden State Warriors, Carmelo Anthony, No. 1 Pick

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – Folks, we are less than a week away from the start of the NBA regular season. This also means it’s my last opportunity to get in some hawt taeks before things get rolling. So let’s get to it, a fresh set of Ebs’ Hot Takes, NBA style. Enjoy. The Golden […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Carmelo Signs, A’s Fans are Missing, Exhibition Football Sucks

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BRONX, NY – After what’s already been a fairly brutal summer (heatwaves, forest fires, and the inextinguishable dumpster fire at the White House), we move into the truly dreadful days of mid- to late-August. As a kid you remember this as the time when the “Back to School” ads and sales started popping up, and your […]

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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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NBA Finals Game 3 Recap and More Random Thoughts about LBJ, Klay Thompson, KP, Kevin Love and Durant

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SPANISH HARLEM – Game 3 of the NBA Finals goes to the Golden State Warriors and Lebron James just got farther away from another NBA Championship. The Warriors are one win away from 3 in 4 years. It looked good early for the Cavs but in the end, Golden State was too much to handle. […]

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