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Coaches Corner – 11/29/12


My 2 minute warning

I can’t keep up with the conference shuffling! Who knew San Diego State was now in the Big East?

What’s going to happen when Rutgers and Kent State are in the BCS this year? Can’t we just have a playoff once and for all?

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Coaches Corner – 4/18/12


By Yankee Todd

For about 44 minutes, Carmelo Anthony was the best player on the court against the Miami Heat. Yes, I said it. He was the best player on the court. Even though the Knicks lost, I still think he is as good, if not better right now than D Wade or Lebron.

Playing in what could be a playoff matchup, the Knicks battled the Heat to the very end. The Knicks home winning streak was snapped and the Heat’s Big Three played good enough to win.
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Coaches Corner – 4/4/12


By Yankee Todd

For those of you that are asking, yes I am wearing cologne now. What kind of cologne does a wanna-be successful sports blogger chose?

Sex Panther?
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Coaches Corner – 3/29/12


by Yankee Todd

The NCAA tournament is filled with many memories.  One Shining Moment is the perfect song for the tournament.  Can you believe that it has been 20 years since Christian Laettner hit his miracle shot to defeat Kentucky in the tourney?

The game couldn’t have had more twists and turns.  Overtime.  A chance to go to the Final Four.  Two legendary coaches in Mike Krzyzewski and Rick Pitino matching wits.  Five lead changes in the last 30 seconds of overtime.

With 2.1 seconds left, Kentucky scored to make it 103-102.

The rest is history.

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Coaches Corner – 3/5/12


By Yankee Todd

Coach’s Corner

March 5, 2012

Paul Pierce continues to be a cold-blooded assassin in the big situations. His performance at the end of the Knicks game was epic.

My memo to the Celtics management . . . please trade Rajon Rondo. All he did was score 18 points, grab 17 boards and dish out 20 assists. He continued to find Paul Pierce, Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett in situations where they could be effective. His performance was simply awesome.
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Coaches Corner – 2/27/12


Coach’s Corner

Observations and My Takes on the Sporting World

The Atlanta Hawks, with Jerry Stackhouse and Tracy McGrady, are the NBA equivalent of a nursing home.

The Hawks effort against the Knicks was pitiful.

I absolutely love Steve Novak.  Hey, NBA . . . don’t leave him open!  Novak is a cold assassin from downtown.

My only complaint about Lin-Sanity is the very awkward and bizarre warm-up hand slap between Landry Fields and Jeremy Lin.  I just don’t get it.  Could someone explain it to me?

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Coaches Corner – 2/20/12


By Yankee Todd

Coach’s Corner 8

February 20, 2012

What a difference the last few games make. The Knicks were like an animal at the side of the road that had been run over. They were in desperate need of assistance or the season was going to be over before the all star break.

That assistance has arrived in New York and as Nike billboards’ likes to point out – We are all witnesses.
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