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Pacers, Led By Stephenson, Beat The Heat in Game Four

Published on: 29th May, 2013

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Stephenson scored 20 and locked up James on defense  | read this item

New York – The Indiana Pacers rode the hot shooting of Roy Hibbert and Lance Stephenson to a 99-92 win over the Miami Heat to tie the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece. The Pacers held the Heat’s “Big Three” of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh to a combined 14 for […]

Knicks, Without Anthony, Lose To OKC in Squeaker

Published on: 8th March, 2013

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Knicks, Without Anthony, Lose To OKC in Squeaker  | read this item

New York – If nothing else, the Knicks continued to prove tonight they can play at the highest level, against the elite of the NBA without their big scorer and resident superstar, Carmelo Anthony. Even in losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a thriller of a game, 95-94, they showed themselves and the league […]

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 […]

Ibanez Slams Two Late-Inning Homers To Save Yanks

Published on: 11th October, 2012

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Ibanez Slams Two Late-Inning Homers To Save Yanks  | read this item

Bronx, N.Y. —  The Baltimore Orioles came into tonight’s Game 3 of the Division Playoff Series with the Yankees with an astounding 75-0 record this season in games they were leading in the eighth inning. Kiss that record goodbye. And, if you’re a Yankees fan, give a big kiss to Raul Ibanez. In a shocking […]

Mandel’s Musings – Showalter Has O’s Back In the Pennant Race

Published on: 31st August, 2012

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Mandel's Musings - Showalter Has O's Back In the Pennant Race  | read this item

New York — The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Yankees tonight at Yankee Stadium, 6-1. The Orioles win tightened what has now turned into a real pennant race between the Yankees and the Os, not to mention the Tampa Bay Rays, close behind in third place. What was once a 10-game lead for the Yankees just […]

Drumbeat Starts Up Again In Losing Knicks Atmosphere

Published on: 11th March, 2012

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Drumbeat Starts Up Again In Losing Knicks Atmosphere  | read this item

New York — Just when you thought about a week and a half ago that all was good in the world of the New York Knicks, with wonderkind Jeremy Lin transforming the franchise and the fan base into the land of positive thinking, the Knicks had to go ahead and revert back to the days […]

Knicks Run Over Undermanned Hawks At MSG, In Miami Tonight

Published on: 23rd February, 2012

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Knicks Run Over Undermanned Hawks At MSG, In Miami Tonight  | read this item

New York — The Atlanta Hawks are a pretty good team when they have all their pieces in place. Tonight, at Madison Square Garden, the Hawks were not only without all of their pieces, they were without their two best players, Joe Johnson and Al Horford. The Knicks took full advantage and blew the Hawks […]

Giants Troubles Start With Reese’s Decisions, Not Rough Schedule

Published on: 22nd November, 2011

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Giants Troubles Start With Reese's Decisions, Not Rough Schedule  | read this item

New York – It’s not so much that the Giants are heading into (or have already entered) the toughest part of their schedule, the portion of their season that most pundits agree will make or break their season and perhaps, the coaching career of Tom Coughlin. It’s not that the Giants will be facing New Orleans […]

Mets Lose Wright and Game Tonight

Published on: 17th May, 2011

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Mets Lose Wright and Game Tonight  | read this item

New York — Just when this franchise finally looked to be on a positive track, having come off a road trip in which they had won two consecutive series, the bottom dropped out for them tonight in two ways. Before tonight’s game against the Floridia Marlins even started, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson announced that […]

Knicks On The Brink Of Season’s End

Published on: 23rd April, 2011

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Knicks On The Brink Of Season's End

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New York – When you really get down to it, nobody had a good reason to believe the Knicks could view the close nature of their first two losses in Boston and extrapolate from that, a solid rationale on why they would win the next two games at home, particularly in front of their wildly anxious and […]

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