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Top this Johnny Manziel: Deion Sanders Jr., SMU teammates hang out with rapper Lil Wayne

Published on: 24th August, 2013

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Top this Johnny Manziel: Deion Sanders Jr., SMU teammates hang out with rapper Lil Wayne  | read this item

From hanging with Drake to kicking it with LeBron James, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel had one wild offseason. But he might have some competition. Deion Sanders Jr. (yes, the son of Prime Time) is in his first year at SMU after spending a prep season at Atlanta Sports Academy. Sanders Jr. will line up […]

Knicks Clinch First Division Championship in 19 Years

Published on: 10th April, 2013

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Anthony scored 35+ for fifth straight game  | read this item

New York — Step one of the Knicks 2012-13 season has now been accomplished. With their defeat of the Washington Wizards tonight at Madison Square Garden in front of a sellout crowd of delirious fans, the Knicks clinched the Atlantic Division championship. The franchise had not reached such heights since the 1993-94 season, 19 years […]

Knicks Move Closer to Division Championship With Blowout of Celtics

Published on: 31st March, 2013

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Woodson seems resigned to the Knicks' roster issues   | read this item

New York – Before tonight’s game at Madison Square Garden between the Knicks and their Atlantic Division arch-rivals, the Boston Celtics, Rasheed Wallace, the veteran power forward currently disabled with a foot injury had written the number 50 on the white board in the Knicks locker room. For those unaware of such things as NBA […]

Kings’ Cousins A Dilemma Wrapped Inside A Paradox

Published on: 3rd February, 2013

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Kings' Cousins A Dilemma Wrapped Inside A Paradox  | read this item

New York – DeMarcus Cousins, the 6’10”, 22-year old man-child center for the Sacramento Kings has a perception problem. He perceives many of his peers in the NBA, including his own teammates are not giving him the respect he deserves. He also believes the coach of his team, once a strong supporter, now sees him […]

Anthony Comes Back To Lead Knicks Over Brooklyn

Published on: 20th December, 2012

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Anthony Comes Back To Lead Knicks Over Brooklyn  | read this item

New York – It seemed like old times for the Knicks when they welcomed Carmelo Anthony back to the lineup to play against their division and hometown rivals, the Brooklyn Nets at Madison Square Garden, tonight. Anthony, having missed the last two games with a sprained ankle, did what he’s been doing during this, his […]

Are Jeremy Lin and James Harden Compatible?

Published on: 19th December, 2012

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Are Jeremy Lin and James Harden Compatible?  | read this item

Although the two terms are often used interchangeably in basketball contexts, there’s a very clear difference between chemistry and compatibility. At the risk of oversimplifying both, chemistry is a harmony of thought between teammates, whereas compatibility is a harmony of skill — each so valuable in its own right as to be categorically distinct. They […]

Jeter and Girardi Lead Yanks In Different Ways

Published on: 23rd August, 2012

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Jeter and Girardi Lead Yanks In Different Ways  | read this item

CHICAGO — They are arguably the two most influential people in Yankee uniforms, two pillars the rest of the Yankees will look to for guidance over the final 38 games of the season. One walks with a swift, purposeful gait. At times he is fiery and resolute in the face of adversity, and prone to […]

Reprinted From Sports Illustrated: Lin Talks

Published on: 19th July, 2012

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Reprinted From Sports Illustrated: Lin Talks  | read this item

By Pablo S. Torre, Sports Illustrated “I love the New York fans to death,” said Jeremy Lin. “I wanted to play in front of those fans for the rest of my career.” Official Statement from Jeremy Lin “I loved this past year with the Knicks and truly appreciate the opportunity that New York gave me. […]

Bay Slams Head Into Left Field Wall As Mets Lose Series Opener To Reds

Published on: 16th June, 2012

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Bay Slams Head Into Left Field Wall As Mets Lose Series Opener To Reds  | read this item

New York — Jason Bay can’t seem to ever catch a break during his Mets career. Overriding the Mets 7-3 loss tonight to the Cincinnati Reds, Bay looked to have incurred the second concussion of his Mets career while going after a fly ball hit to the left field wall by Jay Bruce in the […]

St. Johns’ Freshman Harkless Considers Turning Pro

Published on: 7th March, 2012

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St. Johns' Freshman Harkless Considers Turning Pro  | read this item

NEW YORK — Minutes after he was presented with the Big East Rookie of the Year award, St. John’s forward Moe Harkless admitted to reporters that he is considering a jump to the NBA. “I’m gonna sit down and talk to my coaches about it,” said Harkless, “as well as talk to my family and […]

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