Melo-Drama 2?

March 13, 2012 - - Comment Now »


*Update: I made this as a parody of the media coverage upon Carmelo’s return. Thus far, life imitates art.*

The Knicks lost to the Nets mainly because Deron Williams hit a bunch of threes and Tyson Chandler was in foul trouble. However, if you overreact and take quotes completely out of context, you can make it sound as if it happened like this…

Knixtape–Iman Shumpert

January 10, 2012 - - Comment Now »

Rookie guard Iman Shumpert brings the Knicks and mixtapes together in an enjoyably terrible fashion. (Originally aired on ESPNNewYork1050. )

Schedule a Game Against the NY Knicks

January 5, 2012 - - Comment Now »

Boris Diaw is the latest player to benefit from the world’s best basketball improvement technique. (Originally aired on ESPNNewYork1050)

Yankee Underdogs

September 22, 2011 - - 1 Comment »


They did it. Those scrappy, underdog Yankees won the division! (Originally aired on 1050ESPNNewYork)

The Ball Whisperer

September 13, 2011 - - Comment Now »


Steve Young says Tom Brady’s passes talk to receivers. Luckily, his historic MNF ball was mic’d.
(Originally heard on ESPNNY)

The U is for You!

August 17, 2011 - - Comment Now »


The U offers a chance for an education, to play big-time college athletics and some other stuff too.

(Originally heard on ESPNNY 1050)

Yankeeography–3,000

July 11, 2011 - - Comment Now »


The Most legendary ball ever hit. (Originally heard on ESPNNewYork.)

“Jimmer Time”

June 23, 2011 - - Comment Now »


In honor of the NBA Draft and the Knicks rumors–didn’t happen, a re-up of “Jimmer Time”.
Jimmer planned to release this had BYU moved on. It’s probably a good thing he didn’t. (As first heard on 1050ESPNNY)

Listen to Jimmer Time Here.

Schedule a Game Against the New York Knicks

March 16, 2011 - - Comment Now »


The best way to improve your game is back. (First heard on 1050ESPNNY)

Listen to Schedule a Game Here.

Jared Jeffries “Coming Home”

February 25, 2011 - - Comment Now »


Finally…Jared Jeffries returns to the Knicks (if he clears waivers of course). He deserves the same “Coming Home” treatment Carmelo received. (First heard on 1050 ESPNNY.)
Listen to Coming Home Here.