Brooklyn Revival

At the beginning of the season, the Brooklyn Nets were picked by many experts to win the Atlantic Division, and ultimately challenge the defending champions, the Miami Heat, for the Eastern Conference crown. To say that things did not go as expected would be a massive understatement. At the end of the 2013 calendar year, […]

Can Phil Jackson Save the Knicks?

This past week, Phil Jackson became the new president of basketball operations for the New York Knickerbockers. This agreement called for approximately a $12 million annual salary; however, Jackson may not live in New York City full-time as he assumes this role. This is a hefty price for someone who might not be working in the […]

Should He Stay or Should He Go?

Carmelo Anthony is easily the greatest player to put on a Knicks uniform since Patrick Ewing. Last season, he led the Knicks to a 54-28 record and their first playoff series victory since 2001 (vs. the Toronto Raptors). He’s craved the bright lights and, individually, he’s lived up to the hype. Continuing with the trend, Anthony […]

Premier League Recap: Weeks 10 & 11

As we head into this weekend’s international break, there have been some interesting developments over the last two weeks. Arsenal, who seemed to be distancing itself from the pack, suffered an unexpected loss. Chelsea was almost upset at home, ending Mourinho’s unprecedented home win streak. Tottenham was, well, inconsistent, so I guess that stayed the […]