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Brian Abate

I grew up in Brooklyn, New York, rooting for the Rangers, Yankees, Giants, and Knicks. When my dream of playing shortstop for the Yankees fell short, I started writing about sports instead. I'm a proud graduate of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.


Tim Duncan reacts to Hall of Fame Election

Tim Duncan thanked teammates and said he felt honored after being elected to the Hall of Fame.

Tim Duncan says he never felt under appreciated after being elected to Hall of Fame

Tim Duncan was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame today. He was known for his fundamentals...

Carmelo Anthony dropped 50 in Miami seven years ago today

Seven years ago Carmelo Anthony put on a show, and led the New York Knicks to a rare victory in Miami.

Kevin Love gives his opinion on the way the rest of the NBA season will go

Kevin Love of the Cleveland Cavaliers said he hopes that teams will finish their full 82-game schedule upon returning.

Mike Francesa rips Knicks fans who celebrated James Dolan’s positive coronavirus test

Sports talk show host Mike Francesa ripped New York Knicks fans who celebrated Dolan's illness. Dolan owns the Knicks....

The NCAA won’t grant college basketball players an extra year of eligibility

The NCAA will not grant basketball players another year of eligibility even though the NCAA Tournament was canceled according to Shams Charania.

Garrett Temple thanks his mom and everyone who continues to work during the coronavirus outbreak

Garrett Temple sent out a video of him thanking those in the service industry, including his own mom. "To...

Knicks owner James Dolan tests positive for coronavirus

New York Knicks owner James Dolan has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus. The often-criticized...

Lee Green, former St. John’s point guard, dies after contracting coronavirus

Lee Green died of coronavirus on Monday. He was just 49-years old. The Bronx native played three seasons with...

Mark Cuban clarifies prediction that NBA will return by mid-May

Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, took to Twitter to clarify his bold prediction.


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