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Get warm, stay warm, then watch "The Bachelor."

Red Storm pound Penguins


St. John's does just enough to ease past Youngstown State.

We took the bus to NYC to talk about Shark Week


In celebration of it's debut tonight I wanted to see if I could combine a story about Shark Week and an epic bus trip that we took from Atlantic City to New York last week. Let's do this.

Yormark: Isles Games to Be Shown in Black & White


Barclays Center and Brooklyn Nets CEO Brett Yormark revealed plans to broadcast Islanders games in black and white "Yormark-Vision." (parody)

SBNation Basketball Blog in the NYT

Posting & Toasting — or P&T, as it’s called — is one of 30 loosely affiliated fan-run basketball communities, a small part of the 312-blog hydra that is SBNation, an online sports network that claims 20 million hits a month. SBNation’s basketball blogs all have different moods: the Nets blog is generally angry; the Lakers blog is stubbornly triumphalist; the Heat blog is weirdly deserted and unloved — and P&T is mordant, intermittently hilarious and a little absurd. Posters & Toasters noticed long ago that Knicks point guard Raymond Felton resembles a duck or a penguin, and recent injuries to Felton’s hands have inspired hundreds of heartfelt posts from fans worried about his "flippers" and the delicate webbing between his toes. Joe Flynn, who provides game previews and analysis from a desk somewhere in China, begins his posts by supplying the Mandarin names for Knicks opponents. Fans who have noted the distressing tendency of Knicks management to understate the severity of players’ injuries have taken to reinterpreting the scant medical data the team releases. When Carmelo Anthony missed two games with a hyperextended knee, panicked Posters & Toasters concluded, after some debate, that the star forward’s leg had fallen off.

Raw results and reactions from last night: WOOOOOO

WWE Monday Night Raw last night (Dec. 17, 2012) emanated from Philadelphia and featured all the fallout from the TLC pay-per-view (PPV) that went down this past Sunday night in Brooklyn, as well as...


Let There Be Hope: A New Beginning in Brooklyn

photo by Bruce Bennett via cdn2.sbnation.com Hope grows in Brooklyn for the once, and perhaps future, model franchise of the NHL. As I've mentioned so many times and in so many places, the...

D-Will Goes One-on-One With Brooklyn


Deron Williams was shooting some stills with RedBull in Brooklyn Wednesday when a game of "one-on-one" broke out, as he describes it. D-Will posted images of him playing some locals at Tillary Park in downtown Brooklyn on Instagram. SheridanHoops called it the Tweet of the Night.

Brooklyn's Embrace in Pictures


Two days after giving front page treatment to Jay-Z's role with the Nets, the Times has posted a slideshow of just how Brooklyn is embracing the Nets, making their paraphernalia a fashion statement, their logo part of the borough's imagery. As the Times titles their slideshow, "In Brooklyn, It’s All Nets." In fact, the Nets logo has become so ubiquitous that Imam Shumpert of the Knicks went to extraordinary lengths to obscure it in a photo with a fan.

Good job. Good effort. But at the end of the day they're still "the Knicks".... Just can't take...


Good job. Good effort. But at the end of the day they're still "the Knicks".... Just can't take them seriously. --- Full-Size: http://i45.tinypic.com/9iff9d.jpg ---

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