Monthly Archives: June 2013

Knicks Trade For Raptors’ Former 1st Overall Pick Andrea Bargnani


According to a report by New York Times writer Howard Beck, the Knicks are on the verge of sending Steve Novak, Marcus Camby, and two picks (2016 1st, and possibly a 2nd rounder) to the Raptors for former 1st overall pick, Andrea Bargnani. Continue reading

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Goodbye Marty! Devils Trade for Brodeur’s Successor, Cory Schneider


Making the biggest waves at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils pulled off a shocker: completing a trade for Vancouver Canucks’ goalie, Cory Schneider.

This marks the end of the long-lasting goalie controversy between Roberto Luongo and Schneider, but it now evolves into the story of a successor to the winningest goalie in NHL history, Martin Brodeur. Continue reading

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Mark Sanchez’s Ass Joins Butt Fumble in the Annals of Jets History


Well….Mark Sanchez’s headband made a return to the internet.

This time around, though, it seems the focus will be off Sanchez’s head.

Yes, Mark Sanchez is the butt of the joke once again.

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Yankees GM Brian Cashman Tells A-Rod to “Shut The F— Up!” Over Twitter Injury Update


Alex Rodriguez was verified on Twitter Monday and it didn’t take long for him to cause problems for the Yankees and their GM Brian Cashman.

The tweet in question was A-Rod updating Yankees fans on his injury recovery process, sending out the news that he was cleared for rehab games.

This contradicted Cashman’s own update on Monday, who said Rodriguez was just “getting closer.”

In response to A-Rod’s tweet today, Cashman had some harsh words in return. Continue reading


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Matt Harvey Loses No Hitter In Most Mets Way Possible [GIF]


Mets phenom took a no hitter into the 7th inning in Atlanta during the first half of their Tuesday double-header vs. the Braves.

Harvey, the lone point of hope for Mets fans this season (outside of standby David Wright) was already drawing comparisons to the pitch-count controversy of Johan Santana’s “No-Han” game last year…when the most Mets thing could happen.

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Matt Harvey and the Mets Lose Game; Fan Loses Footing and Falls Down Rows of CitiField Seats


The Mets lost a ball game today.

Even though it was against the best team in baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals, and their best pitcher Adam Wainwright, fans were dejected to witness phenom Matt Harvey’s first loss this year.

What one fan didn’t expect, was to lose his dignity to embarrassment on national TV. Continue reading


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Tim Tebow Signs With The Patriots


Tim Tebow has signed with the New England Patriots.

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, he has signed to be a QB, not an RB or TE.

So, the Bill Belichick signed a bench player.  Not much more analysis needed.

Oh, we have to talk about this every second of every day going forward?  Okay, I’ll expound. Continue reading

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Welcome to the Zack Wheeler Watch


He has been that golden nugget of potential Mets fans have been waiting for.

Long before anyone realized the elite pitcher Matt Harvey was going to be, Zack Wheeler was the golden boy of the Mets minor league system.

And he is coming to Queens very, very soon. Continue reading

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Justin Bieber Shows Up To Game 7; Somehow Dresses In A Way That Makes Us Hate The Heat More

Justin Bieber showed up to Game 7 of Heat vs. Pacers tonight.

In an upset, the Pacers, despite getting blown out by more than 20 points, were not the most embarrassing thing on the Miami floor.

It was Bieber’s clothing decisions.

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Three Reasons To Root For the Pacers to Beat the Heat in Tonight’s Game 7


Time to pick sides for tonight.  Are you a LeBron, or are you a Hibbert?  I’m going with the ugly yellow and blue for tonight (never forget the 90s…) – here’s why: Continue reading

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