Bauer’s Bytes

Kyrie Can’t Be Serious

By Rich Bauer

For you folks returning from vacation or if you were just busy with family and work this weekend, here is my summary and comments on a few stories that came up in the world of sports.

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Podcast #275: Rutgers Football Recruiting; NJ Devils Player Movement and The Knicks

Matt Loughlin and Steve Tichenor dig into some good news on the recruiting front for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, discuss some of the player acquisition moves made by the NJ Devils and give their thoughts on the NY Knicks situation.

photos: novacapsfans.com (Marcus Johansson); bleacherreport.com (Rutgers)

Bauer’s Bytes

KNICKS GM STEVE MILLS IS PART OF THE PROBLEM, NOT PART OF THE SOLUTION

By Rich Bauer

How does Steve Mills still have a job with the New York Knicks? He must have all the inside dirty information on James Dolan or he knows where all the dead bodies are buried at Madison Square Garden dating back to the Donnie Walsh days. I think it is both.

Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown once said in a radio interview back in 2014 that “Millis has no clue. I do not know what he knows about the sport.” Coach Brown, I would agree with you. What I see is an empty suit that adds to the dysfunction and chaos at the corner of Eighth Avenue and 33rd Street.

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Suss Sez

Diary of a Mad (Publicist)

By Gary Sussman

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(independent.co.uk)

Oh man, is there a lot going on.  Whatever happened to the Yankee (Tyler) Clipper?  Are the Mets scouting the Forest Hills Little League for frontline pitching?  Will there be an ESPN4, The LeBron Channel? Chris Carter is hitting like Joe Carter, who’s in his 60’s!  But for me, there was only one story that stirred the juices, upped the ante, was a call to action.  Because for me, where it’s all about the action, the coverage, the buzz….can you beat Phelps vs. The Shark?….and we ain’t talkin’ Greg Norman!

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Knicks- Kill The Triangle Once And For All

by : Steve Tichenor

While the Knicks have the 8th pick in the NBA Draft tonight in Chicago, all is not well in New York.  Somehow the feel good Kristaps Porzingis story has soured, and Phil Jackson has actually admitted to shopping the 7’3″ twenty one year-old phenom.

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