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New York Yankee "Captain" May Have Led Miami Marlins To Ruin
New York Yankee "Captain" May Have Led Miami Marlins To Ruin
New York and Florida have always seemed to have a strong connection, especially amongst part-time residents of each state. When New York Yankees Hall of Fame shortstop, Derek Jeter became a part-owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins franchise, many thought that connection was perfect for the struggling franchise waiting to take off with new ownership. Many, including myself, were wrong about that.
ESPN’s Chris Herring On Knicks And Bulls In The 90’s
ESPN’s Chris Herring On Knicks And Bulls In The 90’s
The New York Knicks finally made their debut on the ESPN Michael Jordan 10 part documentary "The Last Dance" last night. Obviously the story is focused on Jordan and his Chicago Bulls but I couldn't help but wonder if my favorite team, the 1990 Knicks' were just a footnote in MJ's legacy. ESPN senior NBA writer Chris herring joined Levack and Goz to talk about the team he covered for the Wall Street Journal, The Knicks.
What Should We Expect from the Last Dance?
What Should We Expect from the Last Dance?
With the documentary about Michael Jordan with unseen footage from the 1997-98 season set to air on ESPN, Jason Hehir joined Big Board Sports to discuss what we should expect. Of course with our mouths watering from something new to consume with no live sports, even the smallest of documentaries would appetize us. However this is one of the more amazing premises to a sports documentary you could ever ask for and I would be lying if I told you I was only moderately excited.
MJ On Phil
MJ On Phil
Michael Jordan won six NBA Championships with Phil Jackson as his head coach in Chicago. So, how does he feel about Jackson going to the Knicks? Jordan spoke to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith: "Phil can do some good things with them because he's gifted...
Valuable Memorabilia
Valuable Memorabilia
I harken back to when my high school buddy, now a professional athlete, would throw his college recruiting letters in the back seat of his car to get stepped on. If Michael Jordan would've done that with his recruiting letter from Dean Smith in 1980 then that would've made this weekend much less fun...

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