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Share TweetThis just in: James (Guitar Jimmy) Dolan is a lot fonder of Carmelo Anthony than he is of the suits running Comcast and Time Warner. The gap is even wider now. Dolan first professed true love for Melo when he ordered Donnie Walsh to trade half the team …Source: nydailynews.comShare TweetThe 28-year-old rookie Chris Copeland replaced Carmelo Anthony in the Knicks' starting lineup for Thursday's game against the Pacers while Anthony served a one-game suspension.
Blogger: Reasons Why Giants Should Keep Kenny PhillipsUpdated Jan 10 Share TweetBlogger: Reasons Why Giants Should Keep Kenny PhillipsSource: giantsfootballblog.comShare TweetTim Tebow’s next stop will not be Jacksonsville, if he even has a next stop. New Jacksonsville general manager David Caldwell put a decisive end to any thought that the lightning-rod quarterback could end up in his hometown, putting a serious question mShare TweetWhile Mike Pettine will certainly be an asset for Buffalo’s defense, his subtraction from the coaching staff of a division rival in the Jets, will make an opponent they have to play twice weaker. Just looking at what Pettine’s defense against the BillShare TweetBrooklyn Nets backup center Andray Blatche says he's "not worried at all" about his involvement in an alleged sexual assault that occurred in his Philadelphia hotel suite early Tuesday morning.
How Bad is the Jets 2013 Cap?Updated Jan 10 Share TweetJohn Clayton writes on ESPN that as of right now the Jets are in some dire straits when it comes to their 2013 cap situation. While the new cap allows for applying the unused previous year’s cap dollars to the 2013 season. As it stands today, the J
Going On A Run?: The Pats have lived and died on the pass, but it …Updated Jan 10 Share TweetThe Pats have lived and died on the pass, but it hasn't gotten them far lately. That might change with a dedication to the run unseen since their last Super Bowl, Ben Reiter says.Source: CNNSI.com
Dime Q&A: Joe Budden Dishes On Upcoming Album & Why He Doesn’t Want New York To Play BostonUpdated Jan 10 Share TweetFrom an ugly fallout with his former label Def Jam, to combating erroneous claims surrounding his relationships, Joe Budden has been on the opposing end of a disastrous battle against the world. He was virtually playing one on five. His candor served as…Source: dimemag.com
GM Watch: How Much Influence is Rex Wielding in the Search?Updated Jan 10 Share TweetGoing into last week, there were doubts about how realistic it would be for the Jets to hire a top GM candidate because of the contingency to keep Rex Ryan on board. For a while over the weekend, it looked as if the Jets had some of the top consensus c…Share TweetIn their search for a new general manager, the New York Jets have interviewed San Francisco 49ers director of player personnel Tom Gamble, New York Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross and current Jets assistant GM Scott Cohen. The Jets were in…
How Much Was Santonio Missed?Updated Jan 10 Share TweetOn Tuesday during his press conference, Rex mentioned the loss of their star receiver Santonio Holmes and what effect it had on the offense. With that in mind, Kristian Dyer looked into how the Jets performed with and without Santonio. In the first fou…Share TweetThe Jets have expanded their list of GM candidates. Brian Costello of the New York Post reports today, the team will interview Dolphins assistant GM Brian Gaine, Steelers director of football and business administration Omar Khan and former Bears GM Jer…
OK, Giants’ Fans: Shame On Me!Updated Jan 10 Share TweetMy posts - “Hey, Giants Fans; Wise The ‘F’ Up!” “Hey, Giants’ Fans; Some Friggin’ Perspective, Huh!” And, “Giants Fans Are Suckers” - were all, admittedly, over-the-top responses to the hysterical, over-the-top reactions of GiantsâSource: giantsgab.comShare TweetIt’s down to four teams in the NFC: Atlanta, San Francisco, Green Bay and Seattle. No NFC East team in the final four this year. The Giants have played three of the four finalists this season, They trounced Green Bay and San Francisco and were on the opSource: giantsfootballblog.comShare TweetThee latest pool of candidates for the Jets includes Jerry Angelo, the former general manager of the Chicago Bears.Source: nytimes.comShare TweetThe Jets are expanding their search for a new general manager, setting up interviews with Miami assistant GM Brian Gaine and Pittsburgh executive Omar Khan.Source: CNNSI.com
Jaguars Not Interested In TebowJan 10Jaguars general manager David Caldwell says Tim Tebow isn't in team's plans.
Mint Condition: Memorabilia Market Hurt By No New HOFersJan 10Tristar Productions president Jeffrey Rosenberg joins Michele Steele to discuss the financial impact on the sports memorabilia market of having no new Baseball Hall of Famers in 2013.
Dunk Of The NightJan 10J.R. Smith throws down a huge dunk against the Pacers.
Buster Blog: Hall Of Fame Tipping PointJan 10Buster Olney blogs that Jeff Bagwell and Mike Piazza's Hall of Fame candidacies represent a tipping point for the Hall of Fame and performance-enhancing drugs.
NFL playoffs -- John Clayton's First and Goal: Divisional roundJan 10Six quarterbacks have divvied up the past nine Super Bowl wins. Will we see a fresh face this year?
Peter King: NFL Playoffs Divisional Round PicksJan 10Peter King: NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Picks
Greg Oden, former No. 1 overall pick, plans to resume playing career - sou…Jan 10Former No. 1 overall pick Greg Oden has decided to resume
Adande: NBA basketball might return to SeattleJan 10What would we miss about the Sacramento Kings? What does it mean for Seattle?