Tag: Phil Jackson

Big Ben Tuesday: F Sports, A Review of Five Shows I’ve Binged During the Great Pandemic

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Stamford, CT: Covid, Murder Hornets, and snow in May; 2020 can F the F off already. I can’t even pretend to write about sports today. Wake me when something happens. Instead I present, A Review of Five Shows I’ve Binged During the Great Pandemic.* *Dramatization: I may not have watched all of them. The Last […]

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Replacement Matt: Cespedes Contract Reduced, Ellsbury, Phil Jackson To Follow?

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WEST BROOKLYN, NJ – Happy Holidays and all that to you my friends. Welcome to the most stressful time of the year. Scramble to get your work done, scramble to get your cards out, scramble to write your column. It is clearly the way of the future. Take heed you sinners. Recently the New York […]

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Four Young New York Knicks Players That Need To Improve ASAP

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SPANISH HARLEM – It’s that time again folks, and the New York Knicks are my go-to-in-the-clutch when I need something to write about. I know there aren’t that many of us out there. Some have sided with the Brooklyn Nets because of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving but a fan is loyal to his favorite […]

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Big Ben Special: St Louis Blues 1 Win From Stanley Cup as Berube Works Over Refs

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BOSTON, MA – The Blues won game 5 in Boston, 2-1, taking a 3 games to 2 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. The game was not without controversy as the refs kept their whistles in their pockets for several plays that could have been penalties. After St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube complained about […]

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MLB Opening Day is Here and Counting Down The Days For Jeff Hornacek

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SPANISH HARLEM – Nothing says Spring like Opening Day for Major League Baseball, for most of us in New York this day couldn’t come any sooner. The Mets and Yankees have high hopes to start the year and the possibilities are endless. Dare to dream because nothing bad has happened yet… unless your a Greg […]

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FAKE Twitter Questions by FAKE Twitter Fans: Yankees, Knicks, Mets

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SPANISH HARLEM – As a New York City resident/sports fan and the Knicks and Rangers in rebuild mode, the baseball season can’t start fast enough. The Mets and Yankees are only weeks away from Opening Day and will provide many fans with things to talk about. For me as writer, that will mean more things […]

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The Week That Was: LiAngelo Ball, Lebron Trolls the Knicks and Sunday Night Football

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – What a week that was… amirite? Frist the Ball family get embrassed by LiAngelo stealing Louie Vutton glasses in China. Then LeBron James trolls the New York Knicks and the team responds in kind. Also the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t play but they still got bashed by Ben Whitney. What more can you ask […]

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Kristaps Porzingis Is A Star! And More Happy New York Knicks News?!

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – Kristaps Porzingis is having the time of his life right now. Not only has he played well but he is starting to talk like a superstar when asked about his improved play. Ask yourself this question “how many people in the NBA are playing better basketball than the UNICORN?” Some can say […]

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Big Ben’s Two for Tuesday: the Browns’ Mind Numbing Bumbling and New Hope for the Knicks

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“I like this one. One dog goes one way and the other goes the other way. And this guy’s sayin’, ‘whaddya you want from me?’” Tommy DeVito, Goodfellas. Stamford, CT: It’s a tale of two teams, the Cleveland Browns and the New York Knicks. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse for the Browns, the […]

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Jets, Yanks, Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Giants: NY Sports Scene Is A New York Infrastructure Mess

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MARLBORO, NY – Living sixty-five plus miles from the city and being “retired,” I don’t have to worry about commuting into and out of the infrastructure nightmare that is New York City. Coincidentally, the recent Big Apple rail woes are very similar to the plague cast upon area sports teams. With the help of a […]

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