Tag: Kristaps Porzingis

When The Knicks Win, They Also Lose!

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – On Tuesday night the New York Knicks played the Indiana Pacers and just like every game they have played this season, the defense was awful early. After losing to the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday the team was reeling, so it was easy to see what the outcome would be… another loss. I […]

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NBA Trades: Who Will Knicks Trade? My Money is on…

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Today is the NBA trading deadline and most fans will be interested to see who may or may not be moved. The news around the New York Knicks has mostly centered on Carmelo Anthony but a new name has been brought up in the news lately and that is Derrick Rose. On Tuesday, the media leaked a […]

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Pouting Porzingis? Revis or Rikers? George “The Animal” Steele, Line of the Week

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NEW YORK, NY – Granted, Spring Training has all a bit giddy… distracted even. And that’s partly why we didn’t get this piece up earlier. (Not communicating with Junior Blaber and Grinding Ax didn’t help). But baseball be damned, as we have some other stories that caught our eye/tickled our fancy. With that, here our […]

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It’s a Wonderful Life – The Top 5 New York Sports Stars Under 25

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Stamford, CT – Happy Christmas and Holidays to all! I like to set aside a little time in my holiday scheduled to take in the 1946 classic It’s a Wonderful Life. Gets me every time. I wanna be like George Bailey, a man everyone wants to help, no questions asked. Hell, George even worried about […]

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A Few Things I’m Thankful For re Knicks, Yankees. Porzingis, Sanchez

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SPANISH HARLEM – Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Today is a day to give thanks, so let’s begin with the New York Knickerbockers. I have been hesitant the past couple of weeks to write about my beloved Knicks because I understood the season was still very young. I didn’t really have any idea how good or […]

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Cubs Claw Cleveland, Knicks Fail Geometry, Eagles Soaring?

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SPANISH HARLEM – This week we had all the major sports firing and here are the parts that stood out for me: Cubs Claw Cleveland, Knicks Fail Geometry, Eagles Soaring. Iggles first… The Philadelphia Eagles took down the undefeated Minnesota Vikings (ticking off @Angry_Ward) but it wasn’t the game many fans expected. Two teams, who […]

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Trouble In Yankee Land, The Eagles Might Be Really Good and The New York Unicorn

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SPANISH HARLEM – It’s great to be a sports fan at this time of year with the MLB season drawing closer to post season play and the NFL and NCAA football only beginning. (Sorry Hockey Fans nobody cares about the World Cup of Hockey). Fans are thrilled to have more content to consume. Plus, basketball […]

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Overrated Kevin Durant, Warriors vs Cavs, Harvey Not Mets Worry

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JACKSON, MS—He stands at least 7 feet tall. He can shoot it from behind the arc better than anyone that size who’s ever played in the NBA. He’s smooth, can handle the ball, and take over games when his shot is falling. He’s also among the most overrated players I’ve seen in nearly 40 years of […]

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Prescription Drug Take-Back Day: RX for Rangers, Yankees, Knicks, Nets, Mets, Giants, Isles, Nets

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ENGLISHTOWN, NJ – Yesterday was National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, where citizens are afforded an environmentally responsible way to dispose of various medicines at designated collection sites. For the New York sports fan, I’ll discuss what drugs should not have been thrown away in haste as a remedy for the ills facing their teams. New […]

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Deflate-gate Appeal, Trading Carmelo, King Henrik’s Net Flip and Lanesra

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El BARIO, EL BRONX – While at Physical Therapy for my Achilles injury they keep the TV on and it runs “SportsCenter” seemingly on a loop. Suddenly I wasn’t “Junoir”-but rather Tom Brady, waiting to see my therapist. Giselle was in the waiting room outside. As I was channeling my inner “golden boy,”  some thoughts occurred […]

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