Should our New York athletes be considered role models anymore?

It goes without being said that the New York spotlight is something you just can’t hide from. Especially, if you are an athlete in the bright lights. The road to New York City isn’t easy. No matter where you came from, no matter what you earned before you got here, you better come prepared. In […]

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November 30, 2017

The Knicks Need Bledsoe

Earlier this week things abruptly changed for the Phoenix Suns, the front office fired their Head Coach Earl Watson and named Jay Triano the interim coach. This all happened a few hours after veteran point guard Eric Bledsoe sent out a tweet saying “I Dont wanna be here.”This tweet was believed to possibly be the […]

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October 26, 2017

Knicks Move Melo

The Carmelo Anthony saga has officially come to an end in New York. The Knicks have agreed to terms on a trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The teams will swap Carmelo Anthony for Enes Kanter, Doug Mcdermott, and a second-round draft pick. The Knicks have been trying to unload Anthony for almost a year […]

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September 23, 2017

The Knicks Offseason Takes a Turn

The turmoil in New York may be ending as the franchise will now have to rebound from all of the damage Phil Jackson has done to this team the past few years. Yesterday Team Owner James Dolan woke up and finally realized that Phil Jackson was clueless in his role as team President, firing him […]

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June 29, 2017

The Kings of the NBA Draft

The NBA Draft has past and there were a few winners of the draft, but one clear cut King in my eyes. Ironically enough it is the Sacramento Kings, a team that is believed by many to have one of the worst Front Offices in the League. They proved for one night at least that […]

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June 27, 2017

How Will the Knicks Draft and Offseason Go?

The Knicks franchise is in turmoil as the Team President Phil Jackson seems to have a problem with the two best players currently on the roster. He has actively been trying to get rid of one of the best players in the generation, Carmelo Anthony saying that he is not part of the solution. The […]

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June 22, 2017

King Durant?

Is there a new King in the NBA? Now this is not an argument that Kevin Durant is a better overall player than Lebron James because that is just not something that can be legitimately discussed at this point in time. However, in these NBA Finals alone Kevin Durant has proved to be the best […]

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June 5, 2017

Golden State vs Cleveland Round 3 is Bad for Basketball

In a week or less round three will happen between the two super teams in the NBA will face-off for the third consecutive season. This championship will decide which team “wins the era”. It is going to be an exciting two weeks for the game of basketball. However, with almost a 100% certainty that these […]

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May 25, 2017

UNC Wins Again

Two days ago The North Carolina Tar Heels won their third National Championship in just 12 years. Their last championship was back in 2009 when the Tar Heels were led by Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson, and Danny Green. Last night, Roy Williams, the head coach of UNC, won his third title with the school and […]

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April 5, 2017

Unknown Territory for Final Four Teams

  The NCAA Mens basketball tournament has been filled with upsets, Cinderella’s, and newbies to the Final Four. Three out of the four teams have a combined one Final Four visit in the 75+ years of the NCAA tournament. The lone visit by Oregon, came all the back in 1939, the inaugural season for the […]

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March 29, 2017