Tag: NBA

Tennis Anyone? Are Fittest Athletes Found On The Court?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Wow! That was some epic tennis match between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. It was one I was smart enough to stay glued to, even though there were no groceries whatsoever in my apartment. I was on my second cup of coffee when I picked up the Men’s Wimbledon Final at the […]

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Kawhi Leonard Picking Clippers Changes NBA Landscape

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SPANISH HARLEM – Last Friday was uneventful for me. I was dead tired from hanging out all night on the 4th of July and just slept all day. Looking back, it was actually great now that I think about it. I took a midday nap and woke up again at 9 pm, I stayed awake, […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Unshakable Meghan Rapinoe and Unlikable Alex Morgan

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LYON, FRANCE – The annoying four day span of no (real) baseball is upon us! I’m left to talk about #soccer. The fate of the US team was determined in large part by two key penalties: the failed attempt by England’s Stephanie Houghton in the semis and Megan Rapinoe’s game winner in the finals. Rapinoe’s […]

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RJ Barrett Bests John Starks, Bill Murray Mets Owner? No Soccer

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LAS VEGAS, NV – Hold on to your hats, have we got a doozy for you today! Well, you can be the judge of that later, but there are intriguing storylines to explore. So stop expectorating yer tabaccy into your MeetTheMatts.com spittoon/*Mud Jug  for 5 minutes, wash your hands and chaw-stained beards and get ready […]

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Replaceable Friday: A Column for the Blind – And NY Sports Fans

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GARDEN STATE – For this week’s column I’d like to start off with a little ditty: Replacement Matt-y, Writing a column that no one will read, Why does he plead? Anyway… Here is my column on a day when everyone is recovering from their 4th of July revelations and not a one will look at […]

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Five Stages of Grief For The New York Knicks Fan

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SPANISH HARLEM – I have had 4 days to digest the NBA Free Agency and the dreadful lost Sunday it was for the New York Knicks. Without taking too much of your time on the 4thof July (Happy 4th to you all, BTW), let us get to the Five Stages of Grief For The New York […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Mets Mess, #USWNT and Other Thoughts from Abroad

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BRONX, NY – As was well-documented here – when Short Matt finally woke up, looked at the site and realized I wasn’t here—I was in Europe last week. It was a bit of a whirlwind tour, as four adults and two kids hit three countries in eight days. Luckily Clark Griswold and Co. had already […]

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Stupid Puig, Scalped Chiefs Reporter, Nets Haul Big Fish, Mets Tears

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NEW YORK, NY – Wow! We barely slept after all the excitement this weekend in the sports world, kicked off by Different Matt’s Puck Head piece on Friday and followed up by Rain Man Junoir Blaber’s eloquence yesterday. But dagnabbit, there are some other big stories to take a gander at: Stupid Puig, Chiefs Scalp […]

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Yanks v Sawx In London, USWNT v POTUS, Ha Ha Knicks, Calling People

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Earlier this week it was Short Matt’s birthday, so I called him. He was shocked by the call by and thought there was something bad had happened to me. I was like, “No man, you’re just special enough that I actually use my phone and call.” It made me realize […]

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NHL Free Agency: Artemi Panarin Suitors, Repercussions, Zuc

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NEW YORK, NY – With NHL Free Agency starting Monday, Rangers fans are wondering whether the Blueshirts will land a Blue Jacket… Artemi Panarin. The 27-year-old forward is one of the top free agents on the market and has plenty of suitors. The Broadway Blues are in the mix but they’re not the favorites. The […]

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