Joe Cremo Takes Next Step in Basketball Career
Joe Cremo had a phenomenal career at Scotia and went on to do the same first at UAlbany and then at Villanova. After a stint in the G League with the Long Island Nets which was cut short because of the pandemic, it would have been acceptable if Cremo called it a career. He had done enough and could begin moving into the next chapter of his life but Cremo has other ideas. As he details above, he will be playing overseas in Spain with a chance to further his basketball career. There is a lot of good stuff from our interview this morning with Joe including why the LI Nets were the wrong fit, what coach Jay Wright is saying to the Olympics team in Tokoyo after a slow start and a one-on-one matchup possibly in the works that would be can't miss, so make sure to listen. We wish him the best of luck!
The Yankees’ bullpen and manager Aaron Boone’s inability to use his bullpen correctly on Thursday against Boston, might have been the final nail in the coffin of the Yankees. New York came to Boston 7 games out and they leave 9 behind the first place Red Sox, and that’s too much to overcome. And give Boston all the credit for hearing all the chatter about how well the Yankees were playing, and still figured out a way to beat them 3 out of 4 games. Boone had a terrible weekend, a weekend that may just get him fired when the season is over, and the Yankees don’t make the playoffs.
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