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#Knickstape Forum: The Carmelo Anthony Trade and What It Means for the Knicks This Season

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SPANISH HARLEM – The trade that everyone expected finally happened on Saturday. The New York Knicks traded Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a second-round pick in 2018. Much has been said about the return the franchise got for Melo but the organization was handcuffed by the no-trade […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Oklahoma City Thunder, Carmelo Anthony, NFL, Aaron Judge

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CLIFTON PARK, NY – It was quite the weekend in sports. Carmelo Anthony was actually traded. The Buffalo Bills upset the Denver Broncos. Dwyane Wade was bought out by the Chicago Bulls. The New York Yankees punched their ticket to the playoffs. I could go on and on. Oh, and in non-sporting news, Dave Matthews […]

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Player Progression: What I would like to see from Carson Wentz and Kristaps Porzingis

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – I will refrain from talking about the Yankees today because I think Ben did a great job on Tuesday forecasting why he thinks the Yanks will take the American League East. It’s really a must read if you’re a Yankees fan so if you haven’t yet, please do check it out. […]

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Let’s Make A Deal: Yankees Trading For Pitchers? More Knicks Trading Carmelo for Kyrie Irving

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – It seems all I read about lately centers around trades that may or may not go down between my two favorite teams… the Yankees and Knicks. If you’re a Knicks fan, then you heard about trading Carmelo Anthony to (Insert Team Here) or making a play for Kyrie Irving. If you’re […]

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Mayweather vs McGregor Presser and My Thoughts on the Hardaway and Baker Knicks Signing

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Just my luck! I get stuck with the rare day of year when no professional sport is played (NBA Summer League doesn’t count). Due to the All-Star break baseball doesn’t resume until Friday but it’s my job to entertain you so I will try to give you a little bit of […]

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What Ails the Yankees & What The Knicks Should Do in Free Agency

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY –  The New York Yankees keep losing, yet remain very much in the AL East race. Meanwhile, the New York Knicks continue to do nothing of significance. That’s right, I will talking about my two favorite teams today because there is pretty much nothing else – unless your a Boston Celtics fan… […]

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#Knickstape Forum: Finally the Phil Jackson Era Comes to an END!

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Mary Mother of Christ! I read the best news early yesterday morning. New York Knicks owner Jim Dolan was “weighing” the future of Team President Phil Jackson (per Adrian Wojnarowski). Then to top it off, I wake up to the news that the team will be parting ways with Jackson… very […]

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Let’s Talk Knicks… Again and Why the Jets Love the Wrong Quarterback Prospect

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – With the NBA Playoffs underway, I will instead talk about the New York Knicks! This might not be the best time especially when there are a lot of good things happening in the NBA but I think it’s important to the New York fans to discuss Kristaps Porzingis’ dissatisfaction with Phil […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Who Said It, Trump or Jackie Robinson? Snapshots of the Yanks, Mets, Giants, Jets, Knicks

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MAR-A-LAGO, FL – It was Jackie Robinson Day in baseball on Saturday. The day when all players on all teams wear number 42 to celebrate the life of the great trailblazer. Meanwhile, Donald Trump was learning the intricacies of US foreign policy in ten minute sessions. Advisors are hoping he’ll only blunder his way into a […]

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What Do NBA Playoffs Mean? Just The Beginning of Knicks Misery!

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Yesterday marked the last game of the NBA’s regular season. And as usual, it ended without a Knicks post-season appearance. This was supposed to be the year the Orange & Blue would make the NBA Playoffs – remember? The Knickerbockers went into their off-season looking to make a splash – and […]

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