1. New York Knicks Beat Miami Heat Again: Melo and Friends Win It with Defense

    A lot has been said in a few short days about Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks , but it seems like they are going to click sooner rather than later...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 1,165 reads 14 comments

  2. Carmelo Anthony and Deron Williams, The Knicks Actually Beat The Nets in Round 1

    Some people are saying the Nets made the biggest splash now by acquiring all-star point guard Deron Williams from the Utah Jazz. Don't let Mikhail Prokhorov and the Knicks haters fool you for a second...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 526 reads 0 comments

  3. New York Yankees: Five Biggest Questions Heading Into Spring Training

    The news for the Yankees this offseason has been generally negative. Missing out on Cliff Lee, the Derek Jeter contract debacle and Andy Pettitte retiring...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 541 reads 0 comments

  4. Jesus Montero Wants To Catch for New York Yankees, Now and Later

    Things just got more interesting. It now seems that the most sought-after position on the New York Yankees has become catcher. Supposedly, Russell Martin has the job. However, Posada still insists he will catch at some time this season...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 491 reads 2 comments

  5. Derrick Rose's Stomach Ulcers: Result of Candy Abuse?

    So, a big story today was Derrick Rose having stomach ulcers, despite being named to the All-Star team. At first it sounds pretty alarming; a young kid like that having ulcers, not the worst thing that could happen, but also not good...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 3,888 reads 12 comments

  6. New York Knicks Show They Are a Playoff Team Without Carmelo, Beat the Heat

    The Knicks just proved Donnie Walsh's stand on not wanting to break up his entire team for one superstar. They played great, as a team, and took down the infamous Heat ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 1,065 reads 28 comments

  7. Carmelo Anthony Should Take LeBron's Advice and Join 'Stoud'

    Sure, I'm biased here, but I think Carmelo Anthony should listen to LeBron James and team up with Amare Stoudemire. It was probably mostly LeBron's big head fueling the comments, but he may actually be right...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 1,500 reads 16 comments

  8. Yankees Avoid Arbitration With Hughes, Chamberlain and Logan

    The Yankees recently avoided arbitration with pitchers Phil Hughes, Joba Chamberlain and Boone Logan, easily saving the club a lot of money. All three of the pitchers were signed to one-year deals with the club...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 131 reads 3 comments

  9. Rafael Soriano: What Does It Spell for Joba Chamberlain As a Yankee?

    Remember 2007, prior to the midges, when Joba Chamberlain was the golden boy for the Yankees? Then, things got Biblical. Bugs attacked the Yankees in Cleveland like something out of the movies, and the untouchable kid, suddenly became very human...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 1,458 reads 7 comments

  10. New York Yankees: What Numbers Are Left?

    With a franchise as storied as the Yankees, it seems like there are few numbers left un-retired, or very soon to be. With Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Alex Rodriguez, not many desirable numbers will still be left for newcomers to pick...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 741 reads 5 comments

  11. Carmelo Anthony: Would It Be Smart for the New York Knicks To Make a Trade?

    Carmelo Anthony has become the most talked about player in the NBA, whether he likes it or not. He has most recently been linked to the Nets and Knicks...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 757 reads 3 comments

  12. New York Yankees Ink Rafael Soriano, Form Best Bullpen in All of Baseball

    In an offseason of head scratching and a whole lot of nothing, the Yankees have finally made a move to make the fans happy. By signing Rafael Soriano, the Yankees have solidified their bullpen into the strongest in all of baseball...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 344 reads 2 comments

  13. Andy Pettitte Is Kind-of Retiring: Who Will the Yankees Use To Replace Him?

    According to the Daily News, Brian Cashman has said Andy Pettitte will not be playing at the start of the 2011 season. I've been trying to give Andy the benefit of the doubt, but he's start to remind me of Brett Favre...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 475 reads 2 comments

  14. Amar'e Stoudemire: Why He Should Win NBA MVP Over LeBron James

    With the NBA All Star Game a little over a month away, MVP talks have been heating up, and as usual, Lebron James seems to be the favorite. When asked his thoughts on the subject, Lebron said it would be unlikely he or Dwayne Wade get it...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 290 reads 23 comments

  15. Michael Vick Could Be The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Plaxico Burress

    After being a hero in Superbowl XLII, Plaxico Burress soon found himself in a jail cell after bringing a gun to a nightclub and shooting himself in the leg. Not much later, he was released from the Giants, and his fall from grace began...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 765 reads 11 comments

  16. The 2011 New York Yankees: What Needs To Be Done to Bring It All Together?

    The big story of the off season is how the Yankees, for the first time in years, didn't get their man or really any man for that matter. Cliff Lee chose elsewhere, they didn't jump for Greinke, no big bats where added...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 300 reads 2 comments

  17. Joakim Soria to the New York Yankees? Royals Bullpen Ace Wouldn't Block a Trade

    Royals closer Joakim Soria has recently said to Mexican newspaper Vanguard he would not exercise his no-trade clause if a deal were in place with the Yankees...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 1,151 reads 9 comments

  18. New York Yankees 2011 Lineup: Why They Will Be Just Fine

    The Yankees missed on Cliff Lee. They didn't act on Carl Crawford. Zack Greinke landed somewhere else. Many think it is doom and gloom for the Yankees. Instead, it's all about the boom...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 2,727 reads 2 comments

  19. Tom Coughlin and the New York Football Giants' Playoff Hopes

    After another agonizing loss to an NFC team, the New York Giants are looking pretty shameful. The game against the Eagles was probably the worst loss for a team in years, and this ...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 599 reads 2 comments

  20. New York Yankees: What To Do With Jesus Montero?

    After the Yankees missed on Cliff Lee, there has been a lot of talk about Jesus Montero being used as a major trade chip to haul in another ace. The ONLY way I am in favor of this is if Felix Hernandez somehow is put on the block...

    Chris  Brunau Written by Chris Brunau about over 3 years ago 972 reads 3 comments