1. The Sisterhood of Two Basketball Smiths: N.Y. Liberty's Katie and Shenneika

    Part I: A New Season It is May 2013 and spring is here. The season of blooming plants, trees and bushes...

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  2. Wichita State and the Knicks Championship Link: Dave Stallworth and Nate Bowman

    If you are a New York Knickerbockers fan, you might have a soft spot in your heart for the Wichita State Shockers in the upcoming Final Four of the NCAA Championship. The last time Wichita State was in the Final Four was in 1965...

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  3. St. John's Women's Basketball: Red Storm Gathering

    In his play "The Tempest," William Shakespeare wrote "[w]hereof what's past is prologue, what to come In yours and my discharge." Shakespeare did not have the pleasure of going through a basketball season...

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  4. Thanksgiving Eve at St. John's: Coach Carnesecca, Aunt Selma, and Alumni Hall

    It was Thanksgiving Eve, and hearing Aunt Selma’s voice on the phone was just so special. She is the last relative from my parents’ generation. She was there for my birth, bar mitzvah, marriage, and my older daughter’s wedding...

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  5. Ode to Ray Allen: A Proud Celtic

    You’ ve heard the oft repeated expression, "when they say it isn't about the money, you know its about the money". Well not in the case of Ray Allen leaving the Celtics ...

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  6. NBA Playoffs 2012: An Open Letter to the Celtics: Remember 1968

    These Celts can win the NBA championship. The team, with four truly great players, is far from done. They love the game, are in excellent condition, leave it all on the court, and still represent what teamwork is all about...

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