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Famous Fathers And Their Athletic Children

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MARLBORO, NY – Today is the day we honor dear old Dad and if you have sports running through your veins this is the man to thank. It doesn’t matter if you rode the bench or excelled during youth sports it’s that you participated with a little push from your father. There have been many […]

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Meet The Matts And Sports Haiku

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MARLBORO, NY– We are an eclectic bunch here at Meet The Matts, with unique styles and viewpoints on all things sports. Today, in a somewhat negative vibe and as Junoir Blaber pontificated yesterday, I give you some Japanese poetry called Haiku as it relates to relevant sports items and some of the colorful folks on […]

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What’s Wrong With The NBA Playoffs? Do They Suck?

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – In all honesty, I have spent no more than 2 hours of my life watching this year’s NBA Playoffs. I only tune in to watch the games that matter (anything with Golden State or Lebron James), and have come away feeling slighted. The Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are just better than every […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Cruz Cut, Knicks Stun, Rangers Lacking, Who Stole Tom Brady’s Jersey?

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STAMFORD, CT: In honor of Valentine’s Day, I’ll of course be focusing on the big news that Derek Jeter is going to be a father. Or not… I could write about the Knicks shocking victory over the Spurs, and how it might affect the possibility of a Melo trade or maybe the Rangers’ need of a steady blue-liner to […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Masters Weekend, MLB First Week and More

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BALLSTON SPA, NY – What a weekend. From the Masters to the the showdown between the Western Conference’s top two teams and the first full weekend of MLB action, it was a jam-packed weekend for sports fans. The best way to recap it all is with a fresh set of Ebs’ Hot Takes. Here we […]

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DMB Takes Over MTM. DJ Eberle Compares Dave Matthews to Knicks?!

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SPAC – Aside from putting the newspaper together yesterday at work, I spent the majority of my weekend at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. witnessing Dave Matthews Band do their legendary two-day set. With that being said, I’ve decided to spice up my usual Ebs’ Hot Takes with a little DMB flair. I’m going to break down […]

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World’s Most Beautiful Game Ain’t Soccer… Just ask the Spurs and King Lebron James

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SAN ANTONIO, TX – With all the hoopla about the World Cup of Soccer – aka the “World’s Most Beautiful Game” – the planet actually already witnessed something more beautiful last week, culminating on Sunday in San Antonio. See, the Spurs, who represent the world, won the NBA Championship by defeating the world’s best player […]

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Tony Hawk goes Smithsonian, NFL Prison Football League, Aaron Hernandez, Hero and Villain of the Week

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RIKER’S ISLAND, NY – It’s Friday night on the longest day of the year and things are just, well, crazy!  And Preacher’s Row starts out on ‘Inmate Row‘ reporting to you from Riker’s Island where NFL Commish Roger Goodell just announced a new partnership with the Prison Football League (PFL). Apparently, so many NFL players […]

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MLB Fight Club, King James the Poet, Hero & Villain of the Week

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NEW YORK, NY – The stormy weather has finally ended and the sun is shining in NYC.  But dark clouds continue to follow the NY Mets, like those dirt clouds that follow Pig Pen.  So, I’ll start there because it can only get better from here… This weekend, the Metropolitans host the Chicago Cubs and […]

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It’s Raining Mets Losses, Spurs 3’s, and Hockey Overtimes

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New York, NY – There haven’t been many sunny days lately around here. The rain continues to fall all over the northeast. The shame for Mets fans is that this rain hasn’t slowed the team’s losing ways at all. Rain or shine, the Mets just stink. The Amazin’s are the only team the Miami Marlins […]

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