Tag: Carmelo Anthony

Angry Ward Wednesday 2020: No More Cowboys Cruelty, Knicks Snickering, and Other New Year’s Resolutions I Have No Intention of Keeping

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“Let’s turn over a new leaf. And Baby let’s make promises that we can keep, and call it our New Year’s Resolution.” BRONX, NY –  So goes the above first chorus lyric to the best New Year’s song ever, Otis Redding and Carla Thomas‘ “New Year’s Resolution.” I personally have never been a big fan […]

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Hey Puck Heads: Are The Rangers Contenders? Plus, Athlete of the Decade

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NEW YORK, NY  – Rangers win, Rangers lose. That’s pretty much been the pattern for the entire season so far. The Blueshirts lost to the Maple Leafs a week ago, then beat the Ducks before losing to the Philadelphia Flyers in their last game before Christmas. Then the Rangers came out of the break by […]

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Carmelo Anthony Is Back, LeBron James Sets Another NBA Record, LA Clippers Whole Again

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SPANISH HARLEM – It has been a great week of NBA 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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Angry Ward: Tad’s to the Bone; The Clock Runs Out on a NYC Steak Joint, Joe Girardi?

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BRONX, NY – The sad news came a week ago, in the form of a text, from one JG Clancy. No one had died. There wasn’t some terrible accident. Bachman Cheese Jax weren’t being discontinued. None of that. But, instead, yet another vestige of the New York City I grew up in was finally biting the […]

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New York Knicks Start Pre-Season With a Win. Are They Any Good?

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SPANISH HARLEM – Thank you Kevin Durant for telling people the New York Knicks aren’t cool. There is nothing better than a player quoting the words of a ten-year-old to describe why free agents don’t want to play in New York. I totally agree that stars have shied away from this organization and they will […]

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Replacement Matt on Opening Day: Greatest Replacements in History

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SUBURBIA, NJ – Since the beginning of this site I have somehow been given the designation of Replacement Matt, basically because I shared a (lack of) hairstyle with the two original Matts and was foolish enough to be willing to wear a blue monkey suit when one of them wasn’t around. I was never quite […]

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It’s Time for James Dolan to Sell the Knicks

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SPANISH HARLEM– If you read the title, I already know your answer. It’s basically every New York Knicks fans dream… to have a different owner. It might happen sooner than we thought, as there have been whispers that James Dolan might sell the team. While I’m sure we are far from the finish line when […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: To Limp and Die in LA – LeBron, Todd Gurley, and Tough Times at Santa Anita

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BRONX, NY – Due to lack of interest, we interrupt “An Oral History of Meet The Matts” to bring you another pedestrian-at-best sports post. It’s in my contract. And by contract, I mean the sentence I’m serving here to make up for something horrible I must have done in a previous life, like discovering cilantro or […]

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Swan Song Edition: Talkin CC Sabathia, Dwayne Wade and Dirk Nowitzki

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SPANISH HARLEM – This weekend has been a good time for legends of the game. We had Dwayne Wade and Dirk Nowitzki in the all star game and they were very deserving. The NBA gets it right sometimes, they know when and how to do things. This year was no different when both players had no […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Pittsburgh Steelers, Carmelo Anthony, Tiger Woods

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – Baseball’s finally back, ya’ll. With pitchers and catchers finally reporting this week, we’re inching closer and closer to Opening Day. One of my favorite sports days of the year. If the offseason is any indication, with Manny Machado, Bryce Harper, Dallas Keuchel and Craig Kimbrel all remaining unsigned, we should […]

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