My Favorite Sports Broadcasters

 As a sports broadcasting student, a lot of people ask me who my favorite sports broadcaster is. However, it is not an easy question to answer. One of my favorite sports broadcasters is Ian Eagle because he is very informative while also bringing humor to his performances. I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity toContinue reading “My Favorite Sports Broadcasters”

Yankees Have a Weekend To Forget At The Trop

ST. PETERSBURG Fla.– The Yankees dropped three of four over the weekend to the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. New York lost a heartbreaker back on Friday by a 1-0 score after a good pitching duel between the two bullpens. The Bronx Bombers then split a double header on Saturday and lost another heartbreakerContinue reading “Yankees Have a Weekend To Forget At The Trop”

Major League Baseball Is The Mess That Keeps On Giving

If you thought that there couldn’t be another bad situation during a global pandemic you’re surely mistaken. Major League Baseball started this circus show back in February when the players association and owners couldn’t agree on a new collective bargaining agreement. This set up an ugly public battle between the players association and owners, duringContinue reading “Major League Baseball Is The Mess That Keeps On Giving”

How a Season With Zero Expectations For The Brooklyn Nets Turned Into a Must Watch

What if I told you that this NBA season actually means a lot for the Brooklyn Nets despite the fact they are without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant? Coming into this season the Nets had low expectations considering that they were going to be without Kevin Durant for the entire season. Ultimately, this season wasContinue reading “How a Season With Zero Expectations For The Brooklyn Nets Turned Into a Must Watch”

What To Look For In The NBA Restart

As the NBA restarts tonight in the Orlando bubble, let’s take a look at where things stand and what to watch for. Battle of LA- When the NBA shut down back in March the Lakers stood atop the Western Conference standings with a record of 49-14. The Purple and Gold enter the bubble without AveryContinue reading “What To Look For In The NBA Restart”

Long Ball Powers Mets Past Red Sox

Boston — After only scoring five runs as a team in their opening three-game series against the Atlanta Braves, the New York Mets unloaded on offense with the long ball Monday evening at Fenway Park, as all of their runs came via the home run in a 7-4 win over the Red Sox.  Michael ConfortoContinue reading “Long Ball Powers Mets Past Red Sox”

Tom Thibodeau Broadway Bound

As the NBA scrimmages are underway down in Orlando, the New York Knicks have hired former Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves head coach Tom Thibodeau to a five year contract that is expected to be signed in the coming days. A big reason as to why Thibodeau was hired by New York was because ofContinue reading “Tom Thibodeau Broadway Bound”

Jets Ship Adams Out to Pacific Northwest

After publicly criticizing New York Jets head coach Adam Gase and general manager Joe Douglas, Gang Green traded two-time pro bowler Jamal Adams and a fourth round draft pick in 2022 to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a first round pick in 2021 and 2022, a third round pick in 2021 and safety BradleyContinue reading “Jets Ship Adams Out to Pacific Northwest”