A Promising Start for Tanaka 494

By Artie Greenberg Tonight, Masahiro Tanaka began his Yankees career with an impressive performance. But, before I go deeper, let me remind you of one very important fact: he is 25 years old. Why would I emphasize his age, when he is already considered one of the top 30 to 50 starters in baseball, even […]

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Mark Sanchez: Greatest Hits 634

By Adam Sheinman The Mark Sanchez experiment is over. He was on the Jets for five seasons and played in four of them. The Sanchez era was a failure, and yet he made Jets football intriguing and fun for 2 ½ seasons. Most ardent Jets fans saw Sanchez’s ineptitude and lack of skill as a […]

NBA Contenders as TV Shows 3514

By Mike Bell The Sopranos   The coming of The Sopranos marked what many have called the golden age of television.  The show completely changed the landscape of the small screen and gave rise to much of the fantastic television- particularly dramatic episodic tales- you enjoy each week. Despite coming on to the scene as […]

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Presidential Debut 3470

By Adam Sheinman Phil Jackson makes his Knicks presidential debut today. Although he will not be on the court, it’s technically his debut. Or maybe not. I don’t know. It’s his debut for the sake of this sequiter. Here are some other high profile Knicks who made their home debuts in the middle of the […]

Who Wants to be a Billionaire? 3641

Tips on How to Win the Billion Dollar Bracket By Mike Bell and Mike Hall Many of you have heard about this year’s billion dollar prize, awarded to the perfect bracket in Warren Buffet’s contest. You’re more likely to see your favorite baseball team win 7 World Series in a row than come up with […]