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Sports Bookshelf

Success is the Only Option, College Football’s Greatest For holiday giving and holiday getting, there are two books that should there for you on your sports book list. One is full of life lessons from one of the top college basketball coaches The other is a book you will want for

Lin Seeks Redemption and Normalcy

There was no fanfare in Jeremy Lin’s official return to New York yesterday. There was no media throng, either. That’s the way it goes when a player plays for the Nets. It’s night and day compared to playing for the Knicks. It shows the Nets are irrelevant in the city’s conscience. For

Can Melo Handle Porzingis’ Popularity?

Leslie Monteiro has an interesting take on the impact of the Knicks rookie on the team. It took 12 games for Kristaps Porzingis to finally have a portrait of him in the back page of Thursday’s New York Post. It took 12 games for him to receive chants of “Porzingis” from the

NBA Live 16 Journal

This year I’m doing my review like a journal. Step by step. I have the full X-Box one version. I bypassed game face for now. Cool NBA Finals recap animation screen and interactive moment. Making a buzzer beater 3-pointer with cover athlete, Russell Westbrook, to beat the Cavs is cool. Took me two

Can Seton Hall Handle High Expectations?

Leslie Monteiro looks at the future of Seton Hall basketball. A sports team or a sports program never graduates from a developmental stage. They evolve and get better. Seton Hall finally graduated from Point A to Point B, which is building a program to being a tournament team this season in Kevin

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