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I love to write and I love to talk sports. Nothing makes me happier than arguing over who's better in any sport, any position. My favorites are NFL, MLB and NBA. I still get choked up talking about the Knicks in the 1990s. Being a sports writer has always been a dream of mine. I just never put 100% into it because it seemed unrealistic, and I was just setting myself up for disappointment. It would be my dream to make good money doing something I love. To be able to travel and share my opinions on topics that I love and am passionate about. To interact with and be around the athletes and people I respect. Thats my idea of happiness.
I like players who play hard. Players who play hurt. That sign autographs and interact with fans. Players who dont opt out their contract just for more money. That dont demand trades. Players who revolutionize the game.
Players who will die with thier team logo.
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Here's why I think Eddie House was the Knicks' biggest trade deadline acquisition
This week I had a chance to interview Knicks legend John Starks about what he is up to and what he thinks of the Knicks today. Check it out if you'd like:
The All-Star rosters have been leaked. Was David Lee robbed of a spot?
As the wins rack up for the Knicks, so have the negative attitudes. The complaining needs to stop.
Could Tracy McGrady be on his way to New York?
What do you think of the comeback attempt by the Knicks Jonathan Bender?
Now that Nate Robinson has been reduced to riding the pine, what do you think is next?
Don't look now, but the Knicks are in the playoff race and David Lee and Larry Hughes are leading the charge!
The NBA Hall of Fame recently announced its 2010 nominees. Do you think Mark Jackson will be getting a call from the Hall?