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Nets vs Pacers – Did someone say Keystone Kops?

Dec 17, 2013 No Comments by

By Mickey M. Another loss for the Nets, what’s new about that?  And the Pacers didn’t play any better. Even though the Pacers only had 15 points in the first quarter it wasn’t the Nets defense, it was Pacers that couldn’t hit the net and just keep turning over the ball. That was about the […]

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A Press Pass for the 76ers-Denver Nuggets

Dec 01, 2013 No Comments by

A Press Pass for the 76ers-Denver Nuggets by Joe Miele I was a freshman at Drexel University in Philadelphia in 1978 and working at the campus radio station. One of the “perks” of the gig was the ability to score press box seats for local pro teams. This night, I was lucky enough to go […]

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New York Knicks – Playoffs Gonna Happen Again (finally)

Oct 15, 2013 No Comments

If you look back to late November you’ll see a Stubstory I sent in from a NBA Finals games the New York Knicks were in. At the time I was basking in the glory that was a nice beginning to a season, which for a Knick fan lately qualified as a major miracle. Well, look […]

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NCAA Final Four 1985 – Georgetown v. Villanova

Mar 16, 2012 1 Comment

It was the best of times, till Nova shot 90 percent (we all know why!) and the best team in the country couldn’t beat a game Nova squad for the 3rd time in a season……

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Knicks Lose in OT to the Heat – 2000 Round 2 Game 1

Nov 19, 2011 No Comments

by Scott T. This was a tough game all the way to when the Knicks lost in overtime. We did go on to win the series, but nothing was really normal. The final score was in the 70’s and that was with overtime. My man Ewing played big that night – he drained a bucket […]

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Attn: Knick Fans – It CAN Happen

Nov 14, 2011 No Comments

We’re starting to miss the NBA – here’s a Stubstory from our archives if you’re missing it too……. Then: Game 4 – June 23, Wednesday @New York, San Antonio 80, New York 67: San Antonio leads series 3-1 Today: I was listening to Joe B and Evan Roberts on WFAN Online the other day, they […]

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#8 seed goes to the NBA Finals – 1999

Aug 09, 2011 No Comments

by Matt P. The wasn’t much pressure on the Knicks that night. If they won they’d become the first #8 seed to make the playoffs – if not they’d get another shot in a couple of days. So even though this was NY – it was mostly a free-roll. I was there with an old […]

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No Hoops – but we can remember….

Aug 05, 2011 No Comments

by MJP It turns out the NFL lockout was the “easy” one. What with both sides making zillions, the only real fear was that they’d turn off the fans. But in the end – we are so crazy for our footbal (J-E-T-S Jets, Jets, JETS!) that so long as we don’t miss actual gametime – […]

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The last day at the Miami Arena

Jun 01, 2011 No Comments

by Brule Laker We didn’t realize until reading in the newspaper that our first Miami Heat game would be their last at the Miami Arena. Our company’s insurance agent, a Miami native, provided excellent tickets for the December 28, 1999, game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. We had previously attended Florida Panthers games at the arena, […]

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Tickets to see the Nets – NOT PRICELESS

Feb 09, 2011 No Comments

How much I spent to see 3 quarters of a piece of #$%^!!@  game. 1) Tolls – Henry Hudson Bridge 2.75 each way (5.50) George Washington Bridge (8.00) NJ Turnpike 1.25 each way (2.50) TOTAL $16.00 2) Parking TOTAL 15.00 3) Food – Beer and turkey sandwich 20.00 – Large soda and Cracker Jacks 7.00  […]

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