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Rain Man Rants: Nathan Peterman, LeBron’s Lakers And Knicks Lose

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – This week required some more research work to find quality information. I had one topic already but had to do a bit of digging for the other two. So here is the menu for today: Nathan Peterman, LeBron’s Lakers And Knicks Lose. Nathan Peterman: Our own Big Ben Whitney made the […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Giants O, Giant Rugby Kid, Die Hards – I Don’t Get it!

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BRONX, NY – The Inwood Piper’s Kilt is closed, the Mets and Yanks are somehow still in the playoff hunt, LA has another mega-million flop on its hands with the Rams, Short Matt has already been married a year… things are starting to get a little weird. It’s not that I need to understand all […]

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Jets Time Travel, Buffalo Bills, Knicks v Lakers, New York City FC

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EL BARRIO, DE BRONX – Yours truly, Deacon Blaber, spends a healthy amount of time opining on the latest sports news. However, today I will attempt something different. Today, I will share with you the thoughts of my flock; the people I know and their thoughts on sports matters. Included in this group is the […]

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Hollywood’s Big Night: The Oscars For Sports Fans

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HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND – the Super Bowl of Show Business went off last night, culminating a season of screener watching, awards shows, water cooler arguments, parties and the closing of a major east-west artery here in Tinseltown for an entire week… only to have that rarest of celebrity sightings show up on the red carpet […]

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Bad Weekend for Disco, LA Sports Teams; Good for Bike Racing

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L.A. Live! – Not only does the world lose Donna Summer and Robin Gibb, but Los Angeles sports teams also went the way of disco this weekend, and all of it coming at Staples Center. After a promising lead-in (Kings win Thursday, Lakers win Friday), Saturday’s games produced two losses for the local basketball teams […]

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The Phases of Fandom

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by Different Matt THE BRONX, NY – With the coming and going of every sports season, fans experience various levels of hope and despair about their team’s chances of achieving glory. Here is a somewhat incomplete and inaccurate summary of those Phases Of Fandom: Blind Optimism: This phase is usually experienced pre-season by the not-so-bright […]

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WE DIDN’T SLEEP WITH TIGER… YET

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NO HOLES BARRED, FL – It’s no secret that we’re shameless publicity whores trying to make a tooney or two with this whole Matts thing. That’s why we’re down here prowling about Tiger’s den, sniffing for any shot at spiking hits on MTM. This overtly covert undertaking – Operation Menage Tiger – has two obvious […]

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NBA CONFERENCE FINALS HEAT UP DEBATES

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by Maria Christoforidis NEW YORK, NY – With the NBA Finals just around the corner, basketball fans (and viewer hungry networks) are expressing their hopes for a Lakers-Cavaliers matchup. The Lakers are three games away from yet another possible NBA title after defeating the Nuggets 105-103 in Tuesday night’s Game 1 of the Western Conference […]

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