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Brooklyn Boos

By Eddie Castro Three wins and seven losses, that is the Brooklyn Nets current record as they sit in last place in the Atlantic Division. Did anybody see this happening with their star-studded starting lineup? This is definitely not the start Jason Kidd had in mind when he was named head coach back in June. […]readmore

Tale Of Two Tapes

By Eddie Castro Through two weeks of the NBA season, both the Knicks and Nets have had inauspicious starts with both teams posting a record of 2-4. Both New York teams are projected to make the playoffs this year, however, they have not looked like playoff-caliber teams so far. Even though it is only a […]readmore


By Eddie Castro The NBA season kicked off last week and as much attention that has been paid the Brooklyn Nets with their off-season additions, the other team in New York suddenly became an afterthought. The Knicks are looking to prove to many Brooklynites as well as the rest of New York that they are […]readmore

The Brooklyn Way

By Eddie Castro The wait is over, and here comes another exciting season of basketball in the Borough of Brooklyn. Year one is in the books and with year two the buzz around the Brooklyn Nets is championship. Nets owner Mikhail Prokorov did some George Steinbrenner-like spending during the off-season after his team lost in […]readmore

PS 256 Parents Building School's Rugby Team

Supporting Innovator’s Rugby Team and Idea To make a good idea work, it takes a good man with a good idea and the will to work to make it happen. Such was the case with Tony Fonville, a parent at P.S. 256-The Benjamin Banneker School, in above photo on far left, whose dream to form […]readmore

Feeling Blue

There has been a lot of head-shaking and anger if you are a Giants fan, and clearly it’s understandable as the team has now dropped to 0-6 after last Thursday’s loss to the Chicago Bears. We’ve seen the pictures and video clips of players on the sidelines with towels over their heads in shame, but […]readmore

Geno Geno Geno

If you were to discuss Jets quarterback Geno Smith’s season so far, the word turnovers may be the first thing mentioned. Heading into this past Monday’s showdown with the Atlanta Falcons, Smith led the NFLwith 11 turnovers including 8 interceptions and a couple of lost fumbles. After a discombobulating performance at Tennessee, a matchup with […]readmore

The Core Four

There are currently three of the four players left who were a part of the mid-90s Yankee Championship teams.  Two of them will be calling it a career after this season. Andy Pettitte has been a part of the Yankee organization since 1995. Jorge Posada (retired in 2009), Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter came up […]readmore