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Knicks NBA Draft 2018: The Favorites Being Talked About and Who I Want Picked

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SPANISH HARLEM – It’s finally D-Day (Draft Day) for the New York Knicks. Some names have shot up since my last article about the draft and I will look into whether they fit where this organization is headed. Further more, I will explain who I want drafted and why. The NBA draft is a crap […]

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Washington Capitals’ Cup More Russian Capitol Collusion? Ovechkin, Trump, Putin

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LAS VEGAS, NV – Thank you, Hockey Gods, for not allowing Lord Stanley’s Cup to be violated unspeakably/reprehensibly in the soul-less den of inequity that is the 2-block abomination known as Sin City. But at what price, ask Ye/Youse? Fair question. See, the Stanley Cup Finals are as close to war as it gets in […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Talking G.O.A.T., Lebron is Overrated

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Stamford, CT: Clickbait, got you. Lebron is not overrated. He carried a bunch of stiffs to the NBA finals in one of his most impressive seasons. But if you’re going to talk G.O.A.T. and use the eight straight finals as one of your talking points, it’s only fair to point out the less-than-stellar competition in […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Cano, Wentz, Carmelo and other Examples of Sports Addition by Subtraction

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BRONX, NY – In 2001 the Seattle Mariners turned Major League Baseball on its ear by winning 116 regular season games. They accomplished this feat without the benefit of Randy Johnson, Ken Griffey Jr., and Alex Rodriguez, three of the franchise’s cornerstone players, who had all talked their way out of town. Though they didn’t go […]

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John Adams, Cleveland Browns, Mets and How The Royal Wedding Is Bad For Sports

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DENVER, CO – The Cheese is out. Today you get President John Adams. Amidst the course of human history, love has a way of superseding politics. Antony & Cleopatra, Anne Boleyn & Henry VIII, Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI, just to name a few. All this is well and good for the history books. It […]

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The Knicks Draft Position Stays At 9 and Potential Picks

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SPANISH HARLEM – On Tuesday the NBA Draft Lottery was held and… of course the New York Knicks stayed at the ninth position. I won’t act like I’m happy because I’m not, its not because they didn’t move up in the lottery but because we should’ve been higher to begin with. Once Kristaps Porzingis was […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: I’m All in on Legal Sports Gambling

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BRONX, NY – Let’s just cut to the chase this week. The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that states outside of Nevada can now have legal sports gambling. While I’ll be nice and shed a tear for all the old-school bookies, I cheer that the good citizens of New York, New Jersey and every other state […]

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Happy Mother’s Day: Famous Sports Moms

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HOLLYWOOD, FL – A Happy Mother’s Day to all! Cheesy Bruin is M.I.A., allegedly celebrating by chasing blue-haired moms in Hollywood… Hollywood, Florida, that is. And with that, we’re on Famous Sports Moms today [ahem]. Heidi Syndergaard – The one person that made the trade of CY Young Award winner R.A. Dickey to the Blue […]

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New York Knick’s Coach David Fizdale : Pros and Cons

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Knicks formally introduced their new head coach, David Fizdale on Tuesday and before I get into the pros and cons of the hire, I want to say that I like this decision. Steve Mills and Scott Perry interviewed 11 candidates for the position and it was an opportunity to […]

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ANGRY WARD WEDNESDAY: Farewell, New York Giants

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NEW YORK, NY – On Tuesday May 1st, a deadline came and went unnoticed, by everyone but me. This was the drop-dead date for me to renew my New York Football Giants season tickets. They were actually my Dad’s tickets, though I had taken them over years ago. I was ready to bail last year, […]

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