Tag: Chicago Bulls

Three Reasons To Be Excited About The New York Knicks

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SPANISH HARLEM – It has been a rough couple weeks if your a fan of New York, except if your an Islanders fan (8.8 seconds), but you catch my drift here. None have caused more pain and sorrow as the New York Knicks. Let’s be honest, this franchise is running on over 20 years since […]

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The Good and Bad Of Hiring Tom Thibodeau

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SPANISH HARLEM – Last week, the New York Knicks announced that they were hiring Tom Thibodeau to be their next head coach. This was no surprise, as Thibbs has been the favorite for months – more so because of his relationship with the Knicks new President, Leon Rose. Rose was Thibbs’ agent while Rose was […]

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Michael Jordan: ESPN Documentary and His Impact on Me

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SPANISH HARLEM – With nothing much going in sports, ESPN has decided to air the Michael Jordan documentary that they had planned for in June. “The Last Dance” is a 10-part series that follows Jordan and the Chicago Bulls through their 1997 season, which was his last with the Bulls and lead to his final […]

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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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The Week That Was: Yankees, Eagles and Knicks

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The week that was has not been good to me. The New York Yankees lost in the ALCS and though the Philadelphia Eagles won on Monday, they lost two key players in Jordan Hicks and Jason Peters for the season. To matters worse the New York Knicks are 0-3… I knew the Knicks would be […]

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Mayweather vs McGregor Presser and My Thoughts on the Hardaway and Baker Knicks Signing

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Just my luck! I get stuck with the rare day of year when no professional sport is played (NBA Summer League doesn’t count). Due to the All-Star break baseball doesn’t resume until Friday but it’s my job to entertain you so I will try to give you a little bit of […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s 50 Year Sports Retrospective

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MARLBORO, NY– Today marks the first day of my 50th year on this earth and when you get to be this age you pretty much think you’ve seen it all if you’re a sports fan. Not that I consider myself a know-it-all, but a sports fan my age has witnessed some of the G.O.A.T. in […]

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Anthony Mason: New Yorker and Knick For Life

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SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, QUEENS – He left a mark in fan’s memories the same way he bruised the opposition attempting to travel inside the paint in hopes of filling the hole on a basketball court. Anthony Mason played larger than his 6’7″, 250-pound frame and got the most out of his ability based more upon determination than an […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: O’Bannon Vs NCAA, Selig’s Replacement, LeBron Ripple Effect And #WordCrimes

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“I hate these word crimes You really need a Full time proofreader You dumb mouth-breather” –  “Weird” Al Yankovic, from his latest track Word Crimes. EL BARIO, BRONX – This week’s Sports Bully Pulpit required some real scrambling. The mid-season MLB All-Star game break creates the absolute slowest week in sports. There is nothing to […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Inappropriate Jokes, Lebron James to Cleveland, World Cup, MLS, WNBA

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“That’s a sad story. No one should have to be in Cleveland for 10 years.” – Mikel Jolsman, (my rugby friend), on the 3 girls held captive in a Cleveland home for 10 years. EL BARIO, BRONX – The above joke was crude but made me laugh so hard I spilled my coffee. Where I spilled it […]

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