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Dave Deckard from Blazer's Edge is the host of this brand new podcast, he is joined each week by Kevin Nesgoda from Sonics Rising. The podcast is a week by week outside look at different NBA teams.
In the pilot episode Dave and Kevin take a look at the very crazy New York Knicks franchise. These two scholars break into the Phil Jackson signing and will that help the Knicks become a solid franchise. Do the Knicks keep Carmelo or do they let him go? Is Steve Kerr the right choice for head coach?
These topics and much, much more are covered.
A week before Christmas, NYS30 is giving you a half hour of informative and insightful talk on all the happenings in NY sports. On this week's show:
NFL- Did Jets kill their shot at Marcus Mariota by winning in Week 15 and should they have lost?
-Did John Idzik already get a chance to pick his head coach?
-Why the Giants getting rid of Tom Coughlin could do more harm than good
CLOWN OF THE WEEK: Here's a hint: it involves the Chicago Bears
NBA- Does Rajon Rondo fit with the Knicks & should they pursue?
How much blame for the poor Knicks start falls on Carmelo Anthony's shoulders?
-What are the consequences of all these losses?
all that and more! #NYS30
Join Frank and Tom tonight LIVE at 9pm Eastern for our new LIVE episode of the Knicks @ Nite Show. Joining the guys tonight will be NBA agent BJ Bass to talk about the Knicks newest traning camp invitee Orlando Sanchez. Like always we will be taking your calls at 347.637.3680. HIT US UP to let us know what you think about the Knicks moves this preseason and what you think this team is capable of.
Today on New York Sports 30 featuring Brian Sausa and two guests:
Jets & Giants: Who stays/who goes and why?
-How much is Woody Johnson to blame for Jets mess?
-What are the consequences of getting rid of Tom Coughlin?
-Is ODB the ROY?
Knicks: As tension builds in the locker room, what is rookie coach Derek Fisher to do?
-Do they change the failing and maligned system or stick with it?
-Should Melo sit for the remainder of the season with the ailing knee?
NFL News: Are the Browns making the right move in starting Johnny Manziel?
-Thoughts on the Carolina Panthers after Cam Newton's car accident. Sit down Cam for the season or bring him back if healthy?
Don't forget our weekly NFL Picks and our Clown of the Week!
All that and more #NYS30
Anthony Donahue will be talking all things Knicks and NBA with Tommy Beer from Basketball Insiders!
Frank and Tom are back on our latest episode of the Knicks @ Nite Show presented by Knicks Nation and #Knicksfollowtrain. We come at you live every tuesday night the Knicks dont play and we are back after a long couple weeks off the air.
Joining Tom and Frank tonight will be__________________. Join the conversation at 347.637.3680 and let us know what you would get the Knicks for Christmas.
Happy Holidays from all of us here at the Knicks @ Nite Show.
TKB Radio is back tonight at 9PM Marc Berman, who covers the Knicks for the New York Post will join Anthony to talk all things Knicks related.
This week on #NYS30 :
It looks like Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice could be reinstated sooner rather than later. Should they incur further discipline from the commisioner's office or have they paid enough for their transgressions?
The Jets finally won a football game and Michael Vick appears to be the full time starting quarterback. It's good for the short term but how about the long term?
The Giants are dead and buried along with the Jets after another loss last Sunday, dropping to 3-6. Who stays and who goes for Big Blue?
The Knicks aren't so good with geometry, as we can tell from their early struggles in the triangle. Is the offesne Derek Fisher's biggest problem? What do we make of the 2-7 start?
The sports talk is jam-packed on New York Sports 30. Be There!
Frank and Tom are back here on the #knicksatnite show presented by @Knicksnation at 9pm eastern. Call us up 347.637.3680 to discuss what has happened to this Knicks team and their poor start. What do you think they can do to right the ship with 68 games left?
@Knicksnation is a Knicks everything twitter page where #Knicks fans can get the latest info on everything #NYK basketball. Catch the replay of this show on ITunes seach the Knicks @ Nite Show and let us know what you think about the program.
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Brooklyn real estate attorney Robert Howe welcomes Bond New York's Douglas Wagner to the show to discuss Manhattan real estate market, luxury properties, and who is coming and going in Manhattan home buying and selling.
We know the Brooklyn market is hot but so far it doesn't seem like Manhattan is emptying out especially with the world's tallest apartment building being built right in the heart of the city! What is luxury defined as? What's the demographics of the purchasers? Where are future sights of luxury development? What are luxury amenities and what are standard. Does luxury exist beyond Manhattan? These are just some of the questions we'll tackle on Howe's New York.
You can tune in to hear Bob discuss New York real estate, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn small business, community affairs, and events. Call in or email us with any questions and follow Bob on Facebook and Twitter @RobertHowePC.
This week on The New York Sports 30, featuring H4TV's Brian Sausa
It's hoops season in New York as the Knicks and Nets get under way with their NBA season. Both teams have new head coaches, new systems and new expectations (or lack thereof). Can the Knicks make the playoffs in their first season under Derek Fisher? Can Brooklyn stay healthy enough to keep themselves in the postseason mix?
Michael Vick starts for the Jets in Kansas City. Is it the right move to finally sit Geno Smith down? Should John Idzik be fired alongside his head coach at the end of this disastrous season?
The Giants have a four game gauntlet beginning on MNF vs. Indy. Does Eli and big blue have enough to stay with Luck and the Colts? What must New York do to stay in the NFC East hunt?
All that and more. You already know what it is...#NYS30
Rami Al Sayegh recaps an eventful Christmas Day in the NBA!
Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat held their own against the Cleveland Cavaliers, handing King James a 101-91 loss in his highly-anticipated return to South Beach.
John Wall dazzled in a matinee affair at Madison Square Garden, tallying 24 points, 11 assists, and six rebounds, as the Washington Wizards defeated the New York Knicks, 102-91.
Behind Russell Westbrook's 34 points and 11 assists, the Oklahoma City Thunder earned a hard-fought road victory over the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs.
Derrick Rose poured in 20 points to go along with six assists and two rebounds as the Chicago Bulls defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 113-93.
Despite shooting just 39 per cent from the field, the Los Angeles Clippers handed the Golden State Warriors their second consecutive loss. Jamal Crawford led the way offensively for the Clippers, recording a game-high 24 points on 8-for-18 shooting.