March 4, 2017


1) Playoff Clutch 

  • In April of 2013 Nate Robinson absolutely dominated the Brooklyn Nets against all odds and in heroic fashion - in the playoffs when it really counts.

    • Robinson had already been named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week earlier that February after averaging 17.8 points, 6.8 assists, and 2.5 steals on 52.9 percent from the three-point line in a...

October 25, 2016

The Stadium, as a wise man once said the most beautifullest thing in this world, and the home of the most sanctified moments in baseball history. Legends played in this ballpark, and with names and figures as notable as the men found on the dollar bill, the memories today are ultimately as emblematic of American tradition as anything else you can find in a history book. And the history was one that seemed to be everlasting, as...

October 7, 2016

How did the Mets let go of Daniel Murphy? That’s a question in desperate need of an answer, as each and every way you slice the apple it remains clear that the Mets made a monumental mistake in not re-signing him. Yet all the more perplexing is that despite the obvious circumstances, the Mets fanbase is noticeably silent regarding the significant error, and the media has yet to fully document the matter as well. Is it denial?...

October 2, 2016

Who is the greatest NY Giants Running Back of all time… this one isn’t easy to call… it’s not as definitive or absolute as most historic franchises could claim, as in the Super Bowl era alone there’s been numerous RB’s inducted into the Hall of Fame (the Emmitt's, the Barry's, the Payton's, etc.), and additionally there’s far more notable names that have been left as honorable mentions (Bo Jackson, Terrell Davis, Herschel Walk...

September 17, 2016

All things considered the year 2016 means our nation has come a long way, as since our inception 240 years ago it’s been well documented how much has changed for the better. From breakthroughs regarding civil rights and gender equality to advancements in medicine and science, on our best days we’re sincerely a country that prides itself on progress. In fact in most respects we’re likely the most progressive nation in the world...

August 23, 2016

The best Quarterback that all the experts and insiders have overlooked, is a three star recruit from Oregon who somehow last season found himself at Syracuse University, where he played in 8 games and put the entire College Football world on notice.

Eric Dungey was absolutely dynamite last season, where after outright winning the backup role as a Freshman he was unexpectedly thrust into the starting lineup in the season opener,...

August 19, 2016

The best Strong Safety in the NFL, hasn’t actually played a down yet at the position since the NY Giants were riddled with injuries throughout his rookie year. 2015 overall was a season to forget for the G Men, finishing at 6-10 with a half dozen games lost in the final 2 minutes, whereas strong performances by Eli Manning and Odell Beckham didn’t seem to make much of an impact on the supporting cast. Yet if there was one silv...

August 15, 2016

Words from a battered Knicks fan, but stay tuned for facts over opinions, and more importantly no recycled anecdotes that have only contributed to our demise and made it worse each and every year. So let’s get right to it, YES THE ISIAH YEARS WERE BAD, and of course when you look back at the Win/Loss records that sentiment is indisputable. But unlike you simpletons who want to blame 15 years of misery on one person, the realit...

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