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Nets Defeat The Rockets 105-96 And Clinch A Playoff Spot


Brooklyn, NY - The start of the basketball year for the Brooklyn Nets could not have begun any worse. Especially with the moves they made in the off season. Hiring ex-Net Jason Kidd (with no previous head coaching experience) and trading for aging stars Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry. They were hoping Brook Lopez would continue to improve as ... Read More »

Can The Knicks Make The Playoffs?

Image Credit: Cesar Diaz

NEW YORK - This one really hurt. Riding a 7 game winning streak and creeping closer to the final playoff spot, the New York Knicks faced the Cleveland Cavaliers knowing the team they are chasing  (Atlanta Hawks) had already lost earlier in the day. That news seemed to bolster the Blue and Orange from the very beginning as they jumped out ... Read More »

Knicks Gets Their Phil


New York, NY - Just as the New York Knicks shocked the basketball universe winning 54 games last year, their division and their first playoff series in more than 10 years, they have done a complete 180 this year. It’s been a Murphy’s Law kind year for the Orange and Blue that have them 13 games under .500 and currently 4 ... Read More »

Last Week’s Hall Of Fame Press Conference

Image Credit: George Napolitano

New York, NY - Frank Thomas should have warned the media to wear sunglasses. His sun blinding smile soaked up the Waldorf Astoria ballroom Thursday when he was introduced along with Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux as the 2014 Hall of Fame inductees. One year after the Baseball Writers of America did not vote any player into Cooperstown amid steroid ... Read More »

Jets Win in ‘Nick’ of Time

Jets rookie Geno Smith got the start in the opener. -PHOTO BY MICHAEL HENRIQUEZ / NY BEACON

East Rutherford, NJ – The New York Jets and the Geno Smith era began exactly with 11:45 in the first quarter Sunday at MetLife Stadium, home of Super Bowl XLVIII, against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a day that was better suited for going to the beach, or playing a round of golf. By the end of the day, the ... Read More »

Latino Sports Honors a True Yankees Legend


Bronx, NY - As he makes his last tour through Major League Baseball stadiums for his final year in professional baseball, it was only fitting that Latino Sports honored the greatest relief pitcher in MLB’s History, New York Yankees Mariano Rivera. President and founder of Latino Sports Julio Pabon hosted a luncheon at Giovanni’s restaurant on Grand Concourse to commemorate ... Read More »

Two Teams, Two Different Directions


NEW YORK – The 2013 NFL Draft held last week at Radio City Music Hall further revealed the difference between and direction of the New York Giants and the New York Jets. For the Giants, they continue to show an organization that has been a model of consistency on and off the field (with the exception of the Plaxico Burress ... Read More »

Nets Play On; NBA Pays Respects to Victims in Boston Marathon Bombings


Brooklyn, NY – With the events still emerging from the bombing in Boston during the marathon, it was hard to think that a basketball game which meant nothing to either team still had to be played. With at least three people dead and many more injured, the NBA moved swiftly in canceling the game Tuesday night between the Boston Celtics ... Read More »

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