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What were Knicks stars Amar’e Stoudemire, Baron Davis and Iman Shumpert doing hanging out with Dennis Rodman? Who knows but it’s funny… at least to me it is. Maybe they’re trying to get tickets to his strippers basketball league game. Is that a Louis Vuitton murse Dennis is rocking? Speaking of BD, rumor has it [...]
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Amare Stoudemire tweeted this out last night “Hanging out with the Crew plus one. What is Rodman doing here. Haha”.. If you look at Rodman in this picture from the waist down he’s dressed like every hippie chick in Venice beach.-TO
Amare Gets Teardrop Tat to Honor Late Brother Dennis Rodman Forming his own Basketball Team...
It takes a lot of guts to make a bold statement and backing it up if you are Baron Davis of the Knicks.
He has alreadly predicted that the Knicks will win the NBA finals this year because of their play.
His beliefs are the Knicks are playing winning games, having a deep roster and should be an NBA title contender.
I think this is a little overboard on what he is saying about...
There could be a point guard controversy brewing in the Big Apple with recent rumbling that Baron Davis may replace overnight sensation Jeremy Lin in the New York Knicks' starting lineup.The buzz picked up speed when Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni called the pair a “two-headed monster’’ in the backcourt. Davis, who recent returned after missing the first two months of the...
There was a time last month when Baron Davis must have felt a lot like Wally Pipp.
Davis signed a one-year contract with the New York Knicks in December, and the hope was that the two-time All-Star, who was recovering from back surgery, would eventually emerge as the Knicks' next great point guard -- or at least a more viable option than dead weights Mike Bibby and Toney Douglas...
by Peter Walsh / @goinginsquad
You can always count on Dennis Rodman for a story and this may be his most ridiculous one yet. Dennis Rodman has founded a stripper basketball league. Yes, you read that correctly, a stripper basketball league. Rodman has linked with Heaquarter’s Gentlemen’s Club, who will sponsor the first (and only) team in the league. He held a press conference...
According to a recent post by ProSportsDaily, Baron Davis could become the New York Knicks new starting point guard, pushing Jeremy Lin to the bench.
Said the article:
There could be a point guard controversy brewing in the Big Apple with recent rumbling that Baron Davis may replace overnight sensation Jeremy Lin in the New York Knicks’ starting lineup.
The buzz picked up speed...
Most athletes consider the heckling they hear from opponents to be annoying, but overall everyone knows it’s part of the game. As a professional athlete, you expect to be harassed and berated by opposing fans. When your own team’s owner starts to do it, however, it can be tough to handle. Considering Clippers owner Donald Sterling used to give him an earful as he was dribbling...
Heckling is part of the wonderful world of professional sports, it’s something fans live for. On court trash talking is something players do to their opponents, it’s something visiting teams expect when playing; to hear the taunts, jeers, boos, the incessant beratement…… It’s all part of the game. However, when an NBA player’s OWN team’s [...]
Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been called the NBA’s worst owner for years. His notoriously cheap ways of running the franchise coupled with the housing discrimination lawsuits filed against him are well documented. Even though the Clippers are having a winning season and thus far, you haven’t heard any complaints from All-Stars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, [...]
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The New York Knicks went back to work Wedneday night, beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 120-103. In the closing mintue of the game, Jeremy Lin came up with the steal and threw a nice alley-oop to Iman Shumpert.
In this clip, Baron Davis connects with J.R. Smith for the reverse alley-oop.
In Part I of the Open Mike Program, host Michael Cohen lets Major League Baseball have it for installing the new wild card playoff system into this year’s postseason that could take all of the fun out of the final days of the regular season. Michael then welcomes in Warning Track host, Karen Vankat to talk about the Mets and Yankees, as both prepare to open up the preseason.