1. PBR's Iron Cowboy Reigns Supreme at Madison Square Garden

    In three out of the last four years, Professional Bull Riders, Inc.’s (PBR) Madison Square Garden Invitational has featured a member of the Mauney-Proctor family in the winner’s circle...

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  2. Professional Bull Riders Return To Madison Square Garden For Fifth Straight Year

    Professional Bull Riders, Inc. (PBR) returned to New York City Friday evening to celebrate a half-decade of bull bucking at “The World’s Most Famous Arena...

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  3. Former New York Yankees Strike Out in Hall of Fame Bids

    On Wednesday afternoon, Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame class for 2011 was announced and, as anticipated, Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar amassed the number of votes necessary for their enshrinement in Cooperstown this summer...

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  4. St. John's vs. Georgetown Basketball: Taming Hoyas Marks NY Basketball Revival

    In front of a partisan crowd at Madison Square Garden Monday evening, the St. John’s Red Storm pulled off an upset the likes of which the university hasn’t seen in two years...

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  5. New York Knicks' Fan Campaign Contributes to NBA All-Star Voting Dilemma

    The leaders of both the Eastern and Western Conference players for the second returns from the 2011 NBA All-Star voting program were recently announced and, as was the case last ...

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  6. New York Yankees: Are Don Mattingly & Tino Martinez Worthy Of The Hall Of Fame?

    On January 5, Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame class for 2011 will be announced on a live MLB Network simulcast at MLB.com ...

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  7. New York Giants Become Victims of Miracle at New Meadowlands

    As Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson crossed the goal line with the game-winning touchdown against the New York Giants , visions of Herman Edwards must have been ...

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  8. New York Jets Have Become NFL's New Age Outlaws

    In a season best described as " Super Bowl or Bust ," the New York Jets have made a habit of generating more headlines for antics unrelated to their play on the field...

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  9. LeBron Who? Amar'e Stoudemire Is Holding Court at Madison Square Garden

    For the better part of the past two years, New York Knicks President of Basketball Operations Donnie Walsh emptied his bag of tricks in the hopes of coronating LeBron James as the King of New York...

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  10. Are the New York Jets for Real or Beneficiaries of an Easy Schedule?

    Through 12 weeks of action in the National Football League , the New York Jets are sitting atop the AFC East at 9-2 and, with three more victories, will equal the mark for most regular season wins in the franchise’s 50-year history...

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  11. New York Giants: Top Five Reasons They Should Be Thankful for Week 12

    After consecutive losses to the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles , the New York Giants entered Week 12 in dire need of a victory to end their recent slide and keep pace in the NFC playoff picture...

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  12. The Case for Michael Vick To Spend More Time in Prison

    This holiday season should be especially humbling for Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback Michael Vick , as well as a time for conscientious reflection...

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  13. Are Tony Parker & Eva Longoria the Reason NY Yankees' Derek Jeter Isn't Married?

    With the recent announcement that actress Eva Longoria has filed for divorce from San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker, eyes widened and jaws dropped all across the country...

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  14. New York Giants Seek Redemption in the City of Brotherly Love

    As the National Football League community continues to gush over Michael Vick ’s riveting comeback from a self-inflicted two-year exile, the New York Giants will attempt ...

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  15. New York Mets' David Wright Honors and Instructs All-Stars of the Future

    After a season that saw the New York Mets miss out on the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year, third baseman David Wright got the baseball juices flowing for next season by conducting a clinic at Chelsea Piers Saturday afternoon...

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  16. New York Yankees' Joe Girardi is the Most Underappreciated Manager in Baseball

    “I get no respect, I tell ya.” – Rodney Dangerfield In the aftermath of his team’s loss in the American League Championship Series , it wouldn’t ...

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  17. Top 5 Reasons New York Yankees Lost ALCS

    For all the discussion about how Cliff Lee could decide the American League Championship Series in a potential Game 7, it turned out the Texas Rangers needed only one start ...

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  18. ALCS 2010: New York Yankees' Greatest Failure Must Become Rallying Cry

    When the final out was recorded in a 19-8 trouncing to put the New York Yankees up 3-0 in the 2004 American League Championship Series, the ‘Curse of the Bambino’ appeared to be alive and well...

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  19. Professional Bull Riders Invade the Heart of NYC's Times Square

    For the first time in their 18-year history, Professional Bull Riders, Inc. (PBR) will host an event in the heart of New York City’s Times Square in an overture to the crowning of their 17th World Champion in Las Vegas later this month...

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  20. NY Yankees Had the Minnesota Twins at "Hello"

    For the fourth time in the last eight years, the New York Yankees eliminated the Minnesota Twins from the playoffs in the American League Divisional Series...

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  21. Yankees' Andy Pettitte Is This Generation's Mr. October

    With concerns about how his back would hold up and whether he fully recuperated from a groin injury that sidelined him for two months, Andy Pettitte entered this postseason as one of the question marks in the New York Yankees starting rotation...

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  22. Game 1 of ALDS Presents Must-Win Situation for NY Yankees

    When it comes to the MLB postseason, the Minnesota Twins and the New York Yankees are certainly no strangers to one another as they will be locking horns in the American League Divisional Series (ALDS) for the fourth time in the past eight years...

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  23. Summer of LeBron James Results in Box Office Success for NBA

    As the summer of 2010 gradually becomes a distant memory, Commissioner David Stern and the National Basketball Association can reflect upon it with tremendous pride due to the record numbers produced at the gate in its wake...

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  24. DISH Network Pulls Plug on Devils, Islanders, Knicks and Rangers

    Subscribers of the DISH Network, who also happen to be fans of the New Jersey Devils, the New York Islanders , the New York Knicks and/or the New York Rangers , woke up Friday ...

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  25. Tony Dungy's Pep Talk Smells of Desperation from NY Yankees

    When the New York Yankees take the field Sunday evening, in the third and final game of a pivotal series with the Boston Red Sox, they face the reality of losing five games in a row ...

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