Tag: Charles Oakley

Pujol’s 2000th RBI, Bubba Wallace and the Fan Favorite Players

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS –  It was fitting that the text I got from Short Matt was picture of Kim Jong-Un, waiting eagerly for something. Short Matt runs this place similar to a Korean work camp with no food – no pay and being demanding. He also sent a recommendation for a topic which I […]

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Charles Oakley, LeSean McCoy, Jacob deGrom In Hell

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NEW YORK, NY – Sorry for being tardy today with the our headline post; Different Matt has been out gallivanting again and is MIA. In his words, “Oh sh!t, I forgot!” But no worries, Mop-Up Matt is here to entertain and provoke thought. Well, he’s also got Charles Oakley, LeSean McCoy and Jacob deGrom to […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: New York Knicks, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, New York Yankees, New York Mets

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Part of me wanted to use this column to just discuss the GRAMMYs. But that wouldn’t be very responsible of me, would it? Either way, there were some interesting things to happen in sports over the last week. I won’t take any longer with my introduction. Let’s get right to it. Here’s […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Super Bowl Prop Bets, Knicks Defense, NHL Rangers Outlook

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WHITE PLAINS, NY – I expected Trump to make America great again, but not this fast. I intentionally lost a game of Scrabble today, just because I’m so tired of winning already. Speaking of too much winning, if you’re like me, you’d rather eat a roadkill sandwich with vegenaise than watch the Pats win another […]

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Anthony Mason: New Yorker and Knick For Life

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SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, QUEENS – He left a mark in fan’s memories the same way he bruised the opposition attempting to travel inside the paint in hopes of filling the hole on a basketball court. Anthony Mason played larger than his 6’7″, 250-pound frame and got the most out of his ability based more upon determination than an […]

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