1. 2011 NBA Draft: Grading Kyrie Irving and the First Round

    Minnesota will sport two rookies next year, No. 2 Derrick Williams and Ricky Rubio, the Wolves' first-round pick in 2009. Kyrie Irving, as expected, went first overall to Cleveland , and Enes Kanter was the first international player off the board...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 3 years ago 813 reads 3 comments

  2. NBA Draft 2011: Logical Trade Possibilities

    While Madison Square Garden undergoes a facelift (like the team that plays there), the NBA draft moves to New Jersey for the year. Kyrie Irving seems to be a lock to go No...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 3 years ago 312 reads 2 comments

  3. NBA Schedules 2010-11: 10 Games New York Knicks Fans Should Like

    It’s tough to be a Knicks fan these days, and Amar'e Stoudemire isn’t quite the solution. New Yorkers wanted to look forward to the 2010-11 season as the rebirth of Knickerbockers basketball, with LeBron James leading the way...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about almost 4 years ago 2,259 reads 3 comments

  4. Brett Favre or Cal Ripken Jr., Whose Streak Is the Best?

    Love him or hate him, Brett Favre has accomplished feats that may never be challenged. No. 4 retires with the most interceptions and touchdowns thrown all time, and has also probably appeared in the most Wrangler Jeans commercials, too...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about almost 4 years ago 1,165 reads 1 comments

  5. Darrelle Revis Holdout from New York Jets Highlights NFL's Problems

    Darrelle Revis has only one thing on his mind: Show me the money. The fourth year cornerback has not appeared in training camp yet, and is holding out for a new contract...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about almost 4 years ago 628 reads 12 comments

  6. Terrell Owens: Why It Could Have Worked With the New York Jets

    Love him or hate him (there’s nothing in between), Terrell Owens may one day end up in the NFL Hall of Fame. The once prolific wide receiver has become more of an entertainer than a pass catcher these days...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about almost 4 years ago 319 reads 1 comments

  7. Tracy McGrady and the Top 10 Active NBA Veterans Without a Ring

    Tracy McGrady used to be really, really good. Let’s face it, you don’t grace the cover of the NBA Live video game and not have talent...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 10,542 reads 37 comments

  8. Could Allen Iverson Be Part of the Answer for the New York Knicks?

    Allen Iverson once donned a black and red 76ers jersey and terrorized Knicks fans on a nightly basis. While those days might be long gone, perhaps "The Answer" might be part of the solution to the Knicks troubles...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 2,025 reads 4 comments

  9. NBA Rumors: Carmelo Anthony to New York Knicks Before 2010-11 NBA Season Starts?

    Carmelo Anthony was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and played his college ball in Syracuse, New York. While at Syracuse, Melo had the opportunity to play in Madison Square Garden during the Big East Tournament...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 7,284 reads 24 comments

  10. NBA Free Agents 2010: Why Chris Paul Should Want To Join The NY Knicks

    Chris Paul wants to be traded, and he wants to play with a superstar. The Knicks have expendable pieces, tons of cap room, and newly acquired Amare Stoudemire...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,738 reads 8 comments

  11. New York Yankees Offense, Mark Teixeira in Full Swing

    Once upon a time, Mark Teixeira was hitting below the Mendoza Line with little power and a lot of criticism. However, much has changed since May...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 387 reads 0 comments

  12. MLB: The New York Mets Carlos Beltran is Returning, but What Can He Offer?

    What was once thought to be a disaster situation for the New York Mets turned out to be a blessing in disguise...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 293 reads 1 comments

  13. LeBron James Decision: What's Next For The New York Knicks

    Perhaps this won’t sink in until Miami blows out New York by 40 points next season in Madison Square Garden. Knicks fans will crawl back into the corner and count down the days until Carmelo Anthony and Tony Parker are free agents...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,639 reads 0 comments

  14. LeBron James Decision: Why Miami Heat Won't Win Finals Next Season

    Now that the LeBronapalooza is over, the LeBronocalypse has come and gone, and the LeBronathon has been completed, the Miami Heat bandwagon is welcoming newcomers. Well, I’m not one of ‘em...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 2,337 reads 5 comments

  15. LeBron James Decision: The 10 Biggest New York Sports Heartbreaks

    With LeBron James’ decision to sign with the Miami Heat this offseason, it was just another major letdown for New York sports fans...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,705 reads 9 comments

  16. NBA: How Michael Jordan Killed Basketball

    LeBron James creates a Twitter account and the whole world comes to a screeching halt. It won’t be long until @KingJames is using his new account for marketing purposes...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 12,137 reads 42 comments

  17. NBA Free Agency 2010: Top Destinations For Nate Robinson

    It’s hard to get a read on what Nate Robinson’s value is this offseason as a free agent point guard...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,205 reads 0 comments

  18. NBA Free Agency 2010: Top Destinations for Anthony Morrow

    With all the big name free agents on the market right now, one of the hottest names circulating through West Coast clubs is Anthony Morrow. Sure he’s no Joe Johnson or Dwyane Wade, but perhaps he’s just not at that level yet...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 2,784 reads 0 comments

  19. NBA Free Agency 2010: Top Destinations For Brendan Haywood

    The NBA free agency season has begun, as has the chaos that comes with it. The Raptors signed Johnson yesterday… Amir Johnson that is. While the headliners have clearly been labeled, the role players need some love as well this summer...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 568 reads 1 comments

  20. Should Washington Nationals Phenom Stephen Strasburg be an All-Star?

    No. No, Stephen Strasburg should not be an All-Star. Don’t get me wrong, the kid’s been great since getting called up to the big leagues, but there are just far too many reasons why Strasburg shouldn’t take a trip to Anaheim this July.

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 283 reads 0 comments

  21. 2010 NBA Free Agency: Is the LeBron James Saga Hurting King's Career?

    You can’t really get mad at LeBron James if the superstar decides to stay in Cleveland, where he was born, went to high school, was drafted, and played his first seven seasons...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 519 reads 2 comments

  22. NBA Draft Results: Philadelphia 76ers Land Evan Turner. Now What?

    So the Philadelphia 76ers shocked nobody when they selected Evan Turner with the second overall pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft. The pick gives Philly a go-to scoring option, something the team has lacked since Allen Iverson...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,076 reads 4 comments

  23. NBA Draft Results: Will New York Knicks Draft Help Sign LeBron James?

    New York head coach Mike D’Antoni came out and said last night the Knicks were more focused on July 1st than June 24th. The Knickerbockers held two picks in last night’s draft, both of which in the second round...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 2,139 reads 42 comments

  24. NBA Draft Results: Should New Jersey Nets Have Passed Up Wes Johnson?

    As it sits right now, the New Jersey Nets have a point guard who only plays about half a season, a big man who averages about 18 points per game while taking about 30 shots, and no real go-to scorer...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,122 reads 9 comments

  25. From MSG: Grading and Previewing the Top 10 picks of the NBA Draft

    The NBA Draft has certainly taken a few dips and turns, and has provided several surprises early. Derrick Favors went to New Jersey despite all the Wes Johnson talk. Ekpe Udoh jumped up the draft board to land at No...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 303 reads 0 comments