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Two Guys from Long Island: Sports Thoughts

Two guys from Long Island: Sports Thoughts ‘Two guys from Long Island’ is a new feature on New York Sportscene and will feature the back and forth discussion logs of two Long Island dudes that love sports and love New York. Joe Behrman and Steven Gross are lifelong New Yorkers and die hard sports fans that will share their thoughts ... Read More »

Brooklyn Nets face tough challenge

By Jim Brighters – NBA Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – The Brooklyn Nets are primed to trade everyone. Brook Lopez is apparently the closest to being moved. Deron Williams could be had for almost nothing and Joe Johnson’s insane contract makes him more unmovable than a mountain range. However, the Nets know this group is not worth ... Read More »

The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Bring Bulls, Brawn And Bravado Back To New York City on Jan. 16th

Madison Square Garden hosts the toughest sport on dirt January 16 – 18 NEW YORK – The Professional Bull Riders returns to Madison Square Garden in 2015 with three days of intense competition from January 16 – 18. Edge of your seat action with thrilling 8-second rides, heart-stopping wrecks, 2,000-pound bulls, and the world’s Top 35 bull riders will entertain ... Read More »

East-West Shrine College Football All-Star Game Kicks Off at 4 p.m. January 17, 2015 on NFL Network

Tickets for the East-West Shrine Game are now on sale through all Ticketmaster outlets. Fans can purchase tickets in advance for the game online at www.shrinegame.com or at www.ticketmaster.com. All game tickets are $15 and general admission, first come first serve seating (price does not include service fees). Tickets are not required for children under the age of 2. Tickets ... Read More »

Rex Ryan: Bills will ‘build a bully’

Orchard Park, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Rex Ryan was full of energy and passion during his introductory press conference as the new head coach of the Buffalo Bills. Ryan made his presence felt immediately on Wednesday. “Is this thing on?” he asked, tapping the microphone, “because it’s getting ready to be on, and that’s the truth.” It didn’t take long for ... Read More »

Jets hire new GM and Head Coach

Reports: Jets hire Bowles as head coach (SportsNetwork.com) – The New York Jets appear to have filled their head coaching vacancy with former Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. According to multiple reports, Bowles is expected to sign a four-year contract with the Jets on Wednesday to replace Rex Ryan, who was fired on Dec. 29 after a 4-12 season. ... Read More »

Upstate Pro Wrestling WrestleBowl 2015 Results from Rochester, NY

Upstate Pro Wrestling kicked off 2015 with WrestleBowl at the Eagles Club in Rochester, New York this past Saturday, January 10th. As is typical at UPW, there were huge title matches, unexpected turns, and a finish in the UPW Heavyweight Championship match that had to be seen to be believed. Here’s a recap of all the action: Showcase Match UPW Women’s ... Read More »

New Product: FlightScope Unveils x2 elite, New 3D Doppler Tracking Radar for Golf Professionals

ORLANDO, Fla. — FlightScope, a world leader in sports technology, announces its x2 elite model for professionals. Featuring a brand new streamlined design, increased signal clarity to noise ratio and higher performance, the x2 elite provides advanced accuracy in its interactive measurement and feedback to help golf teachers advance their students’ game to the next level. “We are thrilled to ... Read More »

Analyzing the Knicks trade

By Jim Brighters, NBA Editor, The Sports Network (SportsNetwork.com) – The Knicks acquired Amundson, Kirk and a 2019 second-round pick from the Cavs, and forward Lance Thomas from the Thunder. They gave up Shumpert and Smith. This is a 100 percent salary dump and addition by subtraction-type trade. They have waived the three players already. In jettisoning themselves of Smith, the ... Read More »

National Baseball Hall of Fame: BBWAA almost gets it right

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – The Baseball Writers’ Association of America continued to serve as the moral police on Tuesday. First of all, congratulations to the newest electees to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, as pitchers Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson and John Smoltz, all got in on their first time on the ballot, while Craig ... Read More »