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On Thin Ice: Are NHL Owners Bargaining In Good Faith With Players?

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I’m a strange ‘cat’, I’ll admit it. Just ab0ut completely broke all the time, yet I am as conservative as the day is long. And I always will be. In a similar way, I have always been among the working […]

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Bob Costas Should Stick To Sportscasting

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Let me first say that I have always admired and enjoyed Bob Costas’ work as a sportscaster and sports talk show host. The way he can shift gears from football to baseball and even the Olympics is impressive to watch […]

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FOX NFL Sunday Makes ‘Riggle’ Room

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I’m am generally not a fan of NFL pregame shows, but I always enjoyed Frank Caliendo’s work on FOX NFL Sunday for the past dozen years. His “relationship” with the show abruptly ended prior to this season, however, when Caliendo […]

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Stern Rebuke For Retiring NBA Commish

posted by mattaug

First the good. NBA commissioner David Stern has done an amazing job building the NBA into a profit and marketing machine in his nearly three decades at the helm. Stern, who recently announced he will step down from his post […]

‘A Football Life’ Is Well Worth Watching

posted by mattaug

Growing up a New York sports fan I can be a little negative and jaded at times. How else can one possibly explain criticizing very successful teams like the Yankees and Giants? That brings me to Giants coach Tom Coughlin, […]

Marlins, Greenberg’s Great Moment

posted by mattaug

Baseball has provided many magical moments over the years and Tuesday night was certainly no different. Adam Greenberg, who was beaned in his first major league at-bat seven years ago and dealt with an ensuing concussion and migraines, made his […]

Good To See NFL Refs Back In Action

posted by mattaug

The best referees are often the ones you don’t see or hear in a game. That wasn’t true for the beginning of Thursday’s Ravens-Browns game, however, as fans applauded game officials at the beginning of the contest and linebacker Ray […]

Marlins Awful On TV, On Field

posted by mattaug

I’ll admit I am a New York Yankees fan first and Mets, second, although the second part of that sentence can be really tough to deal with at times. As awful as the Mets have played in the second half […]

Steve Sabol Helped Change Face Of Football

posted by mattaug

Some people wonder how football got to be America’s most popular sport. Steve Sabol, who died earlier this week, is part of the reason why. Sabol, who passed at age 69 from brain cancer, was responsible, along with his father, […]

Are Sports Dead, Or Just Dying?

posted by mattaug

I know, I know the headline above seems dramatic, or maybe overly-dramatic. But the thing is, when you look at sports today they just MAY be dying a slow death or perhaps worse. Start with major league baseball, as several […]

Jerry Jones Promotes Cowboys, Pizza

posted by mattaug

Call me old-fashioned and that’s just fine but there’s something appropriate about owners acting like owners. I guess I am spoiled by how the Tisch and Mara families have handled themselves as owners of the New York Giants: with dignity […]

For Announcing Dodgers, It’s Just Vin Baby!

posted by mattaug

First off, for a disclaimer, I am NOT a big fan of everything Los Angeles. Take the traffic, overcrowding, bloated sports teams and mostly liberal politicians. Take them all … please! That said, it’s difficult not to admire and respect […]

Michael Strahan The Man For ‘Live’

posted by mattaug

At 6’5, 275 pounds and often flashing a gap-tooth grin former New York Giants star Michael Strahan is hard to miss. He’ll be even more difficult to miss soon when he takes over as Kelly Ripa’s co-host on ABC’s Live. […]

American Athletes Inspired At Olympics

posted by mattaug

I forgot where I first saw the  question, but it has certainly stuck with me: Does it really matter what nation wins the most medals at the Olympics? Ummm…I’ll take that one … YES! Of course I am an American […]

Good Olympics NBC, But Where’s Bruce Jenner?

posted by mattaug

The London Olympics have to be considered a success with a mostly fun, if overblown, opening night and lots of great competitions. But my trainer the other day brought up a very interesting point in which I thought I should […]

Missy Franklin, LeBron James Among Olympic Stars

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Sports fans, and even non-sports fans somehow get caught up in the majesty of the Olympics every four years. It just happens. Actually, standout athletes like LeBron James, coming off his first NBA title, and swimming greats like Michael Phelps […]

Golf Is Better When Tiger Woods Is Good

posted by mattaug

OK, so Tiger Woods crumbled with a final-round 75 Sunday at the British  Open. One of golf’s all-time greats still had a strong four-day run to finish tied for third and his game is still solid overall. Although Tiger had […]

Carrie Underwood, Cheryl Burke Think NHL Players Are The Coolest Athletes Around

posted by mattaug

They are arguably the nicest and most accessible of the professional sports stars. But are NHL players also the coolest of the four major sports? Some of the world’s most beautiful women certainly think so, including pop music sensation Carrie […]

Bob Costas Still Has It As Sports Interviewer

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NBC was wise to take over Versus and turn it into the NBC Sports Network. Just as it made a smart decision to give sportscaster Bob Costas a sports-talk show. The Long Island native known more for putting down his […]

When On Rome … Expect Jim To Be Jim

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When you go on Jim Rome’s radio or television sports talk shows you should EXPECT there to be an uncomfortable moment or two. While Rome is an OK interviewer and solid enough host, the specter of Jim Everett has ALWAYS […]

Ex-Pitcher Jim Abbott: Perfectly ‘Imperfect’

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“Find something you love to do in this world and don’t let anyone ever change your opinion that you can do it.” Former Major League Baseball pitcher Jim Abbott said the above during a recent CBS Sunday Morning profile. Abbott […]

Super Sad About Junior Seau’s Suicide

posted by mattaug

There’s just too much death and sadness in the news lately. It wasn’t any better Wednesday with reports of the suicide, via a single bullet to the chest, of ex-legendary NFL linebacker Junior Seau. I always regretted missing the opportunity […]

Please Stop Mid-Game Interviews!

posted by mattaug

They’re useless and painful to watch. They annoy the heck out of the coach and probably the poor sideline reporters that have to “conduct” them: They are the in-game interview with the coaches and they must stop NOW! You’ve seen […]

Just Say Yes To 10 Years Of YES Network

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It’s not easy starting a television network, just ask Oprah Winfrey. The queen of the daytime talk show has found it MUCH more difficult to run her own, that is OWN. That’s what makes the success of the YES Network […]

Djokovic Has Fun, Fun, Fun As Tennis’ No. 1

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I respect the heck out of the great Roger Federer. I appreciate the toughness and passion behind Rafael Nadal, especially his heartfelt remarks about 9/11 over the years. Why haven’t I yet warmed up to the new No.1 tennis player […]

Yanks’ Teixeira: Good Guy With Great Home

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To say Mark Teixeira has been a solid contributor with the New York Yankees would be an understatement. The first baseman, entering his fourth season in the Bronx after signing  as a free agent, has belted over 30 homers and […]

‘Luck’ Be A Canceled Series…Thankfully

posted by mattaug

What a shame, what a crying shame. The death of three horses for the making of  the HBO series ‘Luck‘ is a real disgrace and is pretty darn unforgivable, as well. Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, among other actors who […]

Kudos To Classy Kemp Over Braun Matter

posted by mattaug

I can admit when I am wrong about something, and it’s possible I was over the matter of New Jersey flying its flags at half staff following the death of Whitney Houston. As so many people pointed out, the honor […]

Thank God For ‘Kid’

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It doesn’t have to be ‘cool’ to be a Christian. It doesn’t have to be ‘fun’ to be a Christian. Gary Cartersure made it seem that way, though. The former MLB catching great was a joy to watch on the […]

Just Lin Baby! … Jeremy’s A New Yorker In Knick Of Time

posted by mattaug

I love sports, but it’s rare I’ll watch an NBA game from start to finish. I made an exception the other day, however, and caught the entire Knicks-Lakers game on ESPN. As Magic Johnson himself said, Jeremy Lin is the […]

Nicer Guys Won Super Bowl

posted by mattaug

For the sake of full disclosure I am a RABID New York Giants fan. That said, wasn’t it easier to root for the more down-to-earth Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning than the surly Bill Belichick and the success-has-come-too-easily Tom Brady? […]

M.I.A. Should Have Been M.I.A. At Big Game

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As if we don’t have enough people flipping the bird at the U.S. and who “don’t give a crap”, pardon the language, rapper M.I.A. got into the action. In case you haven’t heard, though you probably have … which is […]

Madonna? Puhleez! How About A Christian Rocker Like Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant?

posted by mattaug

There are reasons why I call Sunday’s game the “Stupor Bowl”. I enjoy the NFL and LOVE the New York Giants, but some things that go with the game are pretty ridiculous … like the choice of music acts for […]

Thin-Skinned Jets Should Welcome ‘Broadway Joe’ Back

posted by mattaug

Ugh … no not my name … but I was SO wrong about Joe Namath for so many years. I would look at his sub-par statistics and think the guy MUST have been overrated. I know I wrote it already, […]

Great’n Peyton Manning

posted by mattaug

I am a New York Giants fan … first and foremost. But while I appreciate Eli Manning’s development as a quarterback and person, I can’t say enough good things about his older brother, Peyton, the perhaps soon-to-be ex Indianapolis Colts […]

Still Tebowing … After All These Games

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Tim Tebow has had plenty of ups and downs this season with wins and losses, good passes and poor passes, fans and critics alike. Talk about steady and unflappable though … his great attitude keeps Tebow moving forward … quite […]

‘Weight’ A Sec, Barkley A Role Model?

posted by mattaug

Talk about doing the right thing for the wrong reason? Years ago Charles Barkley, the ex-NBA great turned entertaining TNT basketball analyst flatly refused to be a role-model for youngsters. He even did commercials where he angrily stated: “I am […]

Riverhead Students Make Waves Tebowing

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Leave it to those nutty kids at Riverhead High School on Long Island to cause a stir. Or create a ‘Wave’ as it were … as in the school’s mascot. But even Connor Carroll or Tyler Carroll, two of the […]

Tim Tebow… Nice Guy Finishing First

posted by mattaug

Nice guys don’t HAVE to finish last. Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is certainly proof of that. Somehow, some way he is 7-1 as the Broncos starter. This success comes despite the fact Tebow is not yet a great quarterback. […]

Give Jim Caviezel Tickets … To Any Game

posted by mattaug

I usually think it’s schlocky and corny when they show Hollywood stars at events and games. I think that ticket should have gone to someone who REALLY wants to be there, not just someone a network can point out and […]

‘Break Up The Kardashians': Odom Trade Could Do Just That

posted by mattaug

Perhaps David Stern is a fan of Keeping up with the Kardashians? The NBA commissioner probably isn’t a fan of reality shows, however, as the NBA IS its own reality show. The Kardashians probably breathed a sigh of relief when […]

Sean Avery: Good Or Bad For Rangers, NHL?

posted by mattaug

I like Sean Avery’s style of play and I root for him to succeed. Of course that’s mostly because he plays for my favorite NHL team: the New York Rangers. But I “grapple with”, pardon the expression, his behavior both […]

Red Sox Should Hire Bobby Valentine

posted by mattaug

A short while back I wrote that Bobby Valentine should be ashamed for referring to “baseball gods”. I also pointed out that many other people say gods of this and gods of that and we should consider being more respectful […]

NBA Strike Over: Christmas Baskets For All

posted by mattaug

So the NBA labor strife between billionaire owners and millionaire players is over … Who cares? I do. In the past I would have said to heck with both sides and the NBA is perhaps my fourth favorite sport anyway. […]

Five Things About TV I Am Thankful For…

posted by mattaug

It seems like a good time to do an inspiring post about the best things about TV. No. 1 FOX News: The liberal left can whine all it wants about FOX News being slanted to the right, but I say […]

Curses! People Losing Control On TV

posted by mattaug

What was it about the past week or so on television? About a week and a half ago political pundit Bob Beckel lost his cool and yelled out “That’s B.S.!” (the full word) on the FOX News show The Five. […]

I Don’t Get Dan Patrick …

posted by mattaug

“You know Matt, you’re in danger of becoming a parody of yourself,” said a relative once, in trying to hurt my feelings. I kind of know what he means, and I still do it. I press hard, sometimes too hard, […]

Penn State Should Drop College Football

posted by mattaug

Having a college football program is a privilege, not a right. Some colleges, Penn State for one, should drop their college football programs IMMEDIATELY. And this is coming from someone, me, who loves sports and athletics … when they bring […]

JoePa Must Go … Now!

posted by mattaug

Too much has been said … and more importantly … done. Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, who reportedly will resign AFTER the season in the wake of sex abuse charges against a former assistant coach, should leave NOW. The […]

Magic Johnson’s Assisted On, Off Court

posted by mattaug

There are a few events I remember exactly where I was when I heard they happened. The plane crash that took the life of New York Yankees catching great Thurman Munson was one such event. Nov. 7, 1991, when Los […]

Uptight, Upset About What’s On TV

posted by mattaug

An old family friend wrote in the other day “man, you are tight, lol”. He was referring to my recent feature on ESPN analyst Bobby Valentine in which I knocked the former Mets manager for using the expression “baseball gods”, […]

Ex-NBA coach Phil Jackson In Car Ad Action

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Former NBA coach Phil Jackson is pretty good in an ad he is currently starring in for Audi. “Jax”, who led the Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls to championships, tells a restaurant boss yelling at an underling that “I […]

Be ‘Bristol’ Clear Bobby V: Only One God!

posted by mattaug

I know Bobby Valentine’s voice drives some people crazy, and others didn’t like him when he was manager of the New York Mets. But I think the ESPN analyst is pretty good … and he did a fine job leading […]

Clutch Cards Capture Championship

posted by mattaug

I’ll admit it … I was rooting for the Texas Rangers to win their first World Series title. The great stories of superstar Josh Hamilton and manager Ron Washington and a team that had still not won a title after […]

N.Y. Jets’ Off The Hook With Media

posted by mattaug

It’s funny, or not, that the team that took a season of Hard Knocks on HBO can’t even seem to take soft hits anymore. At least it would have been nice if the team had won its long-suffering fan base […]

Bryant Gumbel Goes Too Far … Again

posted by mattaug

It finally may be time for Bryant Gumbel to go. The long-time broadcaster, at one time with NBC’s Today Show and most recently of HBO’s Real Sports, has made hateful and disturbing comments before but he may have hit a […]

How Tweet It Is, To Hear From You Dicky V!

posted by mattaug

I thought it was pretty cool to get a tweet from ESPN’s Dick Vitale Saturday afternoon, not long after I blogged that I didn’t care too much for his and colleague Lee Corso’s self-promoting ways. To be specific, I just […]

Not Into Hype-Machines Vitale, Corso

posted by mattaug

I REALLY enjoy college football and basketball. I REALLY don’t care for some people who feel the need to hype the sports with their own shows of bravado or self-promotion, however. The two biggest offenders in the “look at me” […]

Are You Ready …. To Be Censored?

posted by mattaug

Let me make one thing perfectly clear … as President Nixon used to say: I was no big fan of Hank Williams over-the-top musical intro to Monday Night Football … it was obnoxious and over the top to me. To […]

Goodbye, Andy Rooney! Farewell, 60 Minutes?

posted by mattaug

I couldn’t let the final night of Andy Rooney’s weekly commentary on 60 Minutes go without commenting. Rooney was enjoyable, even Jerry Seinfeld-like when doing segments on simple day-to-day matters. At his best, there was genius in his simplicity. When […]

Hello, Larry Krueger … Welcome Back!

posted by mattaug

Who the heck is Larry Krueger, some of you are probably wondering? Actually, some of you who know me know Larry and others of you who know sports do too.   OK, to clear that up … Larry Krueger is […]

Will Red Sox Crumble? Let’s Watch …

posted by mattaug

With their outstanding lineup, great starting pitching staff which they fortified and a terrific closer there is NO way the Boston Red Sox should be imploding the way they are. But imploding, with just five wins in their last 20 […]

NFL Red Zone Channel Well Worth Price

posted by mattaug

For about $5 per month you can add NFL Red Zone to your cable/satellite package, and for football fans it is WELL worth the price. Ably hosted by Scott Hanson, the channel takes viewers to the best action around the […]

Barry Zito: Struggling Pitcher, Heckuva’ Person

posted by mattaug

It’s so easy to get disappointed with athletes and forget they are human beings too. Being brought up in the four-paper, 24-hour sports radio environment of New York I have often fallen into the trap of disliking players … often […]

What Happened To ‘Inside The NFL’?

posted by mattaug

With the NFL season getting underway it may be interesting to think about what happened to the once-great program Inside The NFL. Oh, the weekly highlights and analysis show is still on, airing on Showtime after moving from its home […]

Nats’ Pitcher Stephen Strasburg Is Future Of MLB

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It’s a lot to put on a young man, but Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg is THE  future of Major League Baseball. The 23-year-old also owns part of its present, as well, judging by Tuesday night’s outing, shown at least […]

Seeing ‘Starz’ … In A Good Way

posted by mattaug

I was ticked when AT&T U-Verse recently removed ESPN3D from its programming block. Oh … I was ticked and still am, in fact. That channel was the main reason I spent a few hundred more bucks to get a 3DTV, […]

NFL Commercials Sappy, But They Work

posted by mattaug

The NFL got its labor situation settled just in time. Not just for the season, but with plenty of time to air ads intended to create or reestablish goodwill with its fans. You have probably seen the ads already, where […]

Alyssa Milano Has Baby … I Am Officially Old

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I have been able to brush the age thing aside for a long time, but I officially became OLD Wednesday. That’s the same day Alyssa Milano gave birth to Milo Thomas Bugliari, a seven pound, 19 inch-long baby boy. After […]

It’s Always Showtime For S.F. Giants

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“He’d instantly become our greatest player,” San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Brian Wilson said of Carlos Beltran right before the team acquired the outfielder from the New York Mets. Wilson was reaching, perhaps hoping Beltran would provide an offensive spark […]

New York’s Yappin’ Quarterbacks

posted by mattaug

There is one quality New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and his New York Jets counterpart Mark Sanchez have not shared in their early careers. Neither is obnoxious. Up to a few days ago anyway. Manning, however, compared himself to […]

Yankees’ Robertson Winner On, Off Field

posted by mattaug

Everyone knows about all the world series titles won by the New York Yankees. It makes them the most hated and/or loved team in perhaps all of sports. You HAVE to respect several of the team’s players for their class […]

Are You Ready For Some Football Over-analysis?

posted by mattaug

What would we do without the NFL? That question won’t have to be answered since the league and its players worked out an agreement to save the season. Not only did DirecTV breathe a huge sigh of relief, so did […]

Even In 100 Degree Heat, Hockey Announcer Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick Deserves Praise

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With 100° temperatures burning up most of the country it may seem like an odd time to talk about the NHL. But I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to praise Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, the outstanding broadcaster elected to the Hockey […]

Mitch Pitches In Nicely On MLB Network

posted by mattaug

Mitch Williams performs similarly in his role as an analyst on the MLB Network as he did as a reliever in the big leagues. He just lets fly. The ex-MLB/Phillies closer is most famous for allowing Joe Carter’s bomb for […]

HBO’s Real Sports Still Keeps It Real

posted by mattaug

To say HBO’s Real Sports revived Bryant Gumbel’s career is like saying Rex Ryan likes cheeseburgers. Well done, not the cheeseburgers, the HBO program is as Gumbel deftly plays host to different sports-themed stories, some featurey and most thought-provoking. Without […]

Japan Champs Of Women’s World Cup; U.S. Still Winners

posted by mattaug

Too bad someone had to lose … That’s what they always say after a great sports event. But I submit to you, NEITHER side lost when Japan defeated the U.S. women’s soccer team in Sunday’s World Cup final on ESPN. […]

MLB’s Midsummer Classic A Drawn-Out, Listless Affair

posted by mattaug

I like interleague play in Major League Baseball, but this is one night where the sport suffers for it: The MLB All-Star Game, to be aired on FOX at 8p ET. Gone are some matchups you would have waited all […]

John Mackey Is Why NFL Players Must Fight For Fair Shake

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John Mackey died Wednesday. One of the NFL’s top tight ends ever passed after a long battle with dementia. The once dominant force with the Colts and Chargers in the 1960’s and 70’s ran over eight players on one play […]

Talkin’ MLB? It’s Probably Because Of Interleague Play

posted by mattaug

Bud Selig can be tough to take. The Major League Baseball commissioner is so closely tied to the owners, as an ex-owner himself, it’s hard to believe he will do things in the best interest of the game and not […]

Borg-McEnroe Rivalry Revisited In Stellar HBO Documentary

posted by mattaug

Anything that can break through John McEnroe and show the heart of the man through all the complicated layers deserves credit. HBO Documentaries does just that with Fire and Ice, a film about McEnroe’s rivalry with Bjorn Borg during a […]

Nats Manager Riggleman Quits, MLB Network Covers Bases

posted by mattaug

In one of the oddest recent happenings in sports, Washington Nationals manager Jim Riggleman resigned Monday. People quitting or getting fired happens all the time, but this case was particularly strange in that the Nationals had won 11 of 12 […]

Johnny Mac Attacks Good Guy Nadal

posted by mattaug

John McEnroe was an outstanding tennis player and he is a good television analyst for the sport. The same type of tantrums he had that hurt his legacy as a player are also affecting his work in the booth, however. […]

Tiger who? Golf still compelling without Woods

posted by mattaug

Love him or hate him, Tiger Woods was great for several years on the golf course. The Michael Jordan of his sport, though perhaps Mike Tyson may be a better comparison eventually for a career that flamed out too fast. […]

You Say Goodbye? I Say Cee Loo To “The Voice”

posted by mattaug

Every summer it seems like the same lament: “There’s nothing to watch on TV!” Well…I beg to differ. Without the programs that are on I wouldn’t have: …nixed the name “Bentley” for my first born. If you watch “The Bachelor” […]

Mavs Owner Mark Cuban Becoming Class Act

posted by mattaug

The thing to take away from the Dallas Mavericks topping the Miami Heat for the NBA Sunday night? The best team and the best man, Mavs owner Mark Cuban, won. Cuban has undergone a remarkable transformation of late and reaped […]

Kenny Albert didn’t fall far from Marv’s tree

posted by mattaug

It would be easy to be jealous of Kenny Albert if he weren’t so darn good and deserve the success he enjoys. Albert, the son of legendary sports broadcaster Marv Albert, has that unmistakeable “Albert” voice like his dad and […]

LeBron becoming another Karl Malone … not a compliment

posted by mattaug

I rooted for the Utah Jazz’ great power forward Karl Malone and his team in the late 19990’s, especially when they took on the Chicago Bulls in the NBA Finals. I was a Knicks fan from New York and I […]

Finals exam: Dwyane Wade, Heat Incomplete; Canucks Earning ‘A’

posted by mattaug

At some point a championship-caliber team has to dig deep and see what it is made of. Now is that time for Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. After crumbling late in game two, on its home court no less, […]

“YES, Francesa’s Interviews Can Be FAN-tastic”

posted by mattaug

Mike Francesa may not be the most jocular guy around, but credit the man for being a strong interviewer. Listening to the long-time sports talk show host, heard on WFAN and simulcast on television’s YES Network, the other day I […]

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