The Truth About Colin Kaepernick

August 28, 2016 0

By: Monte Perez I must preface this article by paraphrasing a quote from the 1992 movie, A Few Good Men. “Fans can’t handle the truth.” San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick sat down during the National Anthem […]

US Survives Aussie Scare

August 11, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Carmelo Anthony led the team with 31 points, Kyrie Irving chipped in with three key free throws late and the US hung on to defeat Australia, 98-88 Wednesday night. It was expected […]

Carmelo Anthony and Black Lives Matter

July 14, 2016 0

  By: Monte Perez On February 22, 2011, Carmelo Anthony was traded to the New York Knicks. From the time he arrived at Madison Square Garden his leadership has been questioned. The common theme amongst […]

It Is Not Easy Being a Knicks fan

February 10, 2016 0

By: Monte Perez When I think of incompetent and dysfunctional professional franchises, I think of the LA Clippers under Donald Sterling. The Cleveland Browns (who drafted Johnny Manziel) and haven’t won a championship since 1964 […]

Lakers/Knicks, Then and Now

July 2, 2015 0

Written by: LaShawn Encarnacion aka The Dark Knight of Sports There is zero question that the mystique that was once with the these two NBA franchises, the Los Angeles Lakers and the New York Knickerbockers […]

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