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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Cleveland Cavaliers, Tiger Woods, Clint Frazier

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – If you continued watching ABC after Game 2 on Sunday, while discussing Draymond Green, Jalen Rose described the all-star forward as a role player for the Golden State Warriors. Rose was 100 percent correct. That just shows you how much more talented the Warriors are than the Cleveland Cavaliers. Green, […]

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No Technology Tour Ends with A-Rod, Tiger Woods, LeBron

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THE STICKS, NY – My lawn looks worse than Chambers Bay Golf Course in Washington state, where the U.S. Open Championship is being held but that’s my fault for being away from home for a little over a month. Before I mow the grass on Monday (impending weather will keep me from doing so sooner), […]

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Tony Gwynn and Teddy Ballgame? YES. US Open and Soccer World Cup? NO

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NEW YORK, NY– So my 83-year-old Father-in Law comes by the house on Sunday for a little Fathers’ Day celebration and BOOM! All hell breaks loose. I’m in the bathroom for maybe 3 minutes and when I emerge from my sanctuary, what do I find? My kids sitting in the den with their hands up… […]

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Geno Smith over Sanchez, Novak expectations, Summer “Enoughs”

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New York, NY – The 2013 US Open is in full swing and Novak Djokovic has advanced after beating Benjamin Becker of Germany, to take him one step closer to possibly facing my favorite, Roger Federer.  Unfortunately, my ultimate dream favorite – Maria Sharapova – has already called “in sick” so won’t be playing in […]

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U.S. Open & Tiger Woods Most Exciting Thing In Sports?

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ARDMORE, PA – Fresh off the the second leg of the Triple Crown and the more importantly the Pimlico Potty Run, yours truly is frolicking with a lusting fervor for another libation-filled excuse for a sporting event. As I scan the horizon for such a debacle, I am left wanton for for something more titillating […]

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COOKIE'S CORNER: ST. NICK'S NAUGHTY LIST

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NOTE: Parts of this post were written and edited in a Starbucks in deep Pennsylvania. I drove 8 miles out of my way to get there and paid $3.99 for the WiFi access. Matts – my expense report will include the tall Skinny Vanilla Latte. THE NORTH POLE – This was penned while traveling to […]

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IT AIN'T TENNIS: U.S. OPEN FOR [FUNNY] BUSINESS

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FLUSHING MEADOWS, NY – Marat Safin opened the U.S. Open by closing out his career. He had a pretty solid 12 years on the tour, winning 2 Grand Slams; all jump-started with a thrilling Open upset of Pete Sampras 9 years ago. (Lucky b@st@rd Sampras’ wife is pictured above). Anyway, Safin had a nice run […]

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I'M ANGRY, JUST NOT "ANGRY WARD ANGRY"

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By Rex O’Rourke Like bathing in a bubbling cauldron, several issues have been slowly raising my temperature, and making me very cranky. Little paper cuts are festering, aches paining, and pains aching. I don’t know if I can get “Angry Ward Angry” but here goes anyway. First of all, let’s stop all the whining about […]

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