Patience Is A Virtue…

When Steve Pikiell took over as head coach at Stony Brook in 2005, the program had only been playing division 1 basketball for six years. To say that they were bad would be an understatement. In fact, in those six years, the Seawolves went 64-108 and never finished better than seventh in America East Conference play.

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If Giants’ Flowers Blooms, Look Out NFL! But if not…

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When I looked around for a definition to the commonly used term, “on paper”, this is the best I found:

judging something by how it has been planned rather than how it really works in practice.

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At The Deadline Brian Cashman Strengthened His Yankees, & The Red Sox Too!

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At the beginning of the season, it was wishful thinking on the Boston Red Sox part that Pablo Sandoval could handle the hot corner again.

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3 Up And 3 Down

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By: John McAleavey

With summer in full swing and pennant races beginning to simmer, I figured it is a perfect time for another edition of 3 Up and 3 Down.

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And Away We Go Again…

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Following their 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Monday, June 12, the New York Yankees were 38-23. They had won six in a row and had made it through a 10-game stretch against American League East foes (Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles) with a 7-3 record. The Bombers were in first place in the division, four games ahead of Boston. Wow, who saw that coming? Unfortunately, as the old saying goes, that was then, and this is now.

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Indigestion Day?

 

 

 

 

 

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July 4th is also known as Independence Day. It is the holiday in which we Americans celebrate the freedoms we enjoy here in the greatest country of them all (I might be a little biased). It marks a time where families gather together around picnic tables, pools, and patios, to usher in summer with their loved ones.

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Knicks Have FINALLY Had Their Phil of Jackson

The New York Knicks season (mercifully) ended on Wednesday, April 4, but Wednesday morning, they got a Yuge win! The Phil Jackson experiment is over. Cue the Wizard of Oz:

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Hoop Du Jour…

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Are you feeling a draft? Well, you should be, the NBA’s player procurement parade is Thursday evening and it is generating a ton of activity.

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