Hello, friends. Well you already know my name, and I've covered the NBA here since October 2012. I currently study journalism at the University at Albany and avoid mid-range jumpers whenever possible.
I'm in a complicated love affair with the Mets, Knicks and Islanders, while the NY Giants usually help keep me sane. When life brings tough decisions, I like to ask myself, "What would J.R. Smith do?" Keep an eye on your laces, bruh.
I'm a fan of human interaction, so go ahead and follow me on Twitter at @JSDorn6
if you're about that life. But only if you like bad jokes.
Hope you all enjoy the ride, and remember: WWJRD?
hey John- big fan of urs
do u remember me? If you are thinking about writing an article about the Knicks Evolution then let this be your video reference that covers everything:
Would love it if there can be an article for this Video (theres nothing out there like it)
hey if you could please endorse my petition i would really appreciate it. All it requires is you signing it you can fill out a fake name and email and it will still count as signing it for you. I really like your blog and worked really hard on this petition to really try and capture the mindset of the knicks fanbase as a whole so if you could please just shoot this around to everyone you know i'd really appreciate it.
Bobby Valentine? don't know much about him other than the mask incident….Tiger? Really?? Tiger? My son is 14, what do I tell him about Tiger? I like JR Smith as does my son and he serves me well when stressing decision making. Most of what is read about athletes is "inaccurate" or "incomplete" to give them the benefit of the doubt. But JR repeatedly puts himself in vulnerable situations that literally cost him millions of dollars. He is a great player that makes some very poor decisions. Some media members have become trained to follow him similar to a dog following a toddler with food. Just a matter of time until something drops. Of course I could be wrong but I kind of like JR and feel bad for his own foolish decisions. JR was making money to play basketball primarily. Tiger had PR people brand him as squeaky clean symbol of excellence. He got paid as much maybe more for his "branding" as he did for golf. And the choices he made and the fashion he crashed and burned….were not spur of the moment poor decisions late at night in a club etc…Ugh….Keep writing, I particularly liked your article breaking down the knicks success with ball movement last year, two point guards etc...
Lol, "what would JR Smith do?" Thats my new Twitter bio!
Hi John, this is Jenna's communication Skills Class. We had fun today exploring your articles. WE are reading all about the World Series. We can't wait to read your articles on this years World Series. Thank you....
Great Work on your NY Mets Article John!!
love your'e articles. you should be a featured columnist on this site. some of the writers are abominable. I appreciate a writer who understands the sport and knows what he is talking about in his articles. keep em coming.
I've just put together a slideshow of the top five moments from the Mets' 1986 season.
If you get time, I'd love to hear what you think. It's a great trip down memory lane.