While the season ended too soon for the Syracuse Orangemen, Wesley Johnson received a post-season honor today after being named to the All-American squad along with Kentucky’s DeMarcus Cousins and John Wall, Villanova’s Scottie Reynolds, and Ohio State’s Evan Turner. Not the ultimate award Johnson was looking to obtain, but still a nice award for an outstanding year turned in by the transfer. He’ll most likely head to the NBA this summer. Congratulations, Wes Johnson. Johnson averaged 16.0 points and 8.4 rebounds per game this year as he led Syracuse to their first #1 ranking in the regular season since 1990.

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Check out the preview of the game, here. Zell does a great job. Definitely a good Yankee site to reference.

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The first pitch of the 2010 season is less than a week away and Spring Training is wrapping up in both Florida and Arizona. With the start of the season so close, I decided it was necessary to give my prediction on the upcoming battle for supremacy in the East. continue reading…

You don’t need to be a financial adviser to compete in a fantasy baseball auction draft. However, you do need to know how to properly value players. continue reading…

With the NFL Draft fast approaching, I decided to put together a piece on one of, if not the hardest , positions to draft. No, not quarterback, but running back. It doesn’t necessarily matter where you pick them, but production is certainly not correlated with draft pick. Let’s look at some examples before we dive into the current New York running backs.

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The Match-Up: (8:30 PM) Denver Nuggets(48-26) at Dallas Mavericks(48-25) continue reading…

It’s been an interesting week in sports. The Final Four is nearly set. Baseball is only one week away. The Knicks and Islanders still stink as the Rangers struggle to stay within the playoff hunt. The NFL Draft is within our grasp. Below you’ll find our best work from the week. Re-read some of our best stuff from this week and be cool. continue reading…

The Yankees were knocking around the Tigers for four innings today(Ahead, 8-0) before the rain came. continue reading…

TMZ.com is reporting that the Yankees are going to receive their World Series rings on April 13th(Home Opener). TMZ also reports that the ring will feature more than 22 large diamonds, more than the 2000 World Series ring(pictured above).  We can only wonder what these rings will look like…Hopefully Johnny Damon doesn’t pull a Jose Canseco and sell everything that reminds him of the Yankees.

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West Virginia defeated Kentucky last night, 73-66 to advance to the Final Four. So why is a New York-based publication writing about the Mountaineers? continue reading…