In the midst of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, the U.S. Men's National Team ripped off a 12-game winning streak and gave rise to the hope that the stars and stripes could make a legitimate run in the world's grandest sporting event
The Hot Stove is starting reach a boil in Major League Baseball, and it’s time to get serious when it comes to your team and their off season face lift.
Well, who better to fill you in that Sports Illustrated's baseball guru Tom Verducci? Tom was kind enough to join Joe & Brix earlier today to discuss some of the major story lines and issues that the Yankees and the Mets are currently facing. To
After getting crushed by the Sacramento Kings, Brooklyn sharp shooter Jason Terry called for his team to play with more urgency saying "these teams that we’re playing are desperate, they’re playing with a much more sense like this is their championship. We’re not meeting that intensity level." Well, one thing is for sure: they aren't going to need to match anyone's intensity when it comes to flopping.
If the NBA can fine players for flopping now, which they can, then Terry may as well forfiet his entire 2013 salary for this one. Take a look at Terry's classic reaction to a phantom elbow thrown by the King's Greivis Vasquez. I mean, seriously Jet?
Maybe if the Nets want to turn their young season around they should stop playing like European soccer divas and start rolling up their sleeves.
With the Albany Cup right around the corner, Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos stopped by the 104.5 The Team studios to talk about the upcoming season on Joe & Brix. Patsos was very complimentary of UAlbany's squad, and gave listeners a sneak peak into what they the Saints and their three freshmen starters. Fr
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