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Khalil McDonald of Viceland’s ‘The Last Shot’

New York City Native. International Baller. Coach. Musician. Docu-Series Star. Queens-Native Khalil McDonald of Viceland’s The Last Shot joined the Sports Blog New York Podcast to talk about his journey. From New York City across the World as an International Basketball Player; Khalil is a Man trying to make an impact …

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SBNY Podcast w/ Peter Kennedy: Fixing NFL Preseason & NCAA FB, MLB Needs Yankees/Red Sox, & LaMelo Ball Theory

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYC or @PeteKennedyy comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Enjoy the show! Subscribe, Rate, Review, and listen to the Sports Blog New York Podcast on iTunes by searching the term or clicking the link below: Sports Blog New York Podcast Google Play: Sports Blog New …

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A Year of Championships

In the past year, sports fans were given the opportunity to witness some of the all-time greatest games and series to ever be played. Aside from the fact that we’ve seen great athletes retire including Kobe Bryant, Peyton Manning, David Ortiz, Alex Rodriguez, and Tim Duncan; Championships were the highlight …

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NCAA Tourney Stock Risers

In a month usually filled with madness, buzzer beaters, upsets, and heart breaks, 2017’s NCAA Tournament definitely did not disappoint. Especially with teams like the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Xavier Musketeers making it farther than anyone could have expected. Not only did certain teams out measure expectations, but also …

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SBNY Podcast w/ Peter Kennedy: Aaron Judge, MLB Story Lines, NCAA Final Preview, and Bye Bye D Rose

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYC or @Pete_Kennedy81 comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Enjoy the show! Subscribe, Rate, Review, and listen to the Sports Blog New York Podcast on iTunes by searching the term or clicking the link below: Sports Blog New York Podcast Google Play: …

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SBNY Podcast w/ Peter Kennedy: Mets/Yankees MVP’s, Final Four, Knicks Tank, Isaiah Thomas

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYC or @Pete_Kennedy81 comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Subscribe, rate and review on iTunes! Enjoy the show! The Final Four is set in stone. (1) North Carolina vs (3) Oregon and (1) Gonzaga vs (7) South Carolina. There is one …

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What’s The Highest Pick The Knicks Can Get?

The last time the New York Knicks held a lottery pick in the NBA draft, Kristaps Porzingis received a shower of boos from the crowd. That number four pick turned out pretty great for the Knicks, as Porzingis is now looked at as the future franchise player despite this catastrophic season. So …

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SBNY Podcast w/Peter Kennedy: Steve Rossiter, Ex-Davidson Elite 8 Team Member Joins

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYC or @Pete_Kennedy81 comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Subscribe, rate and review on iTunes! Enjoy the show! Steve Rossiter, former Davidson College Basketball Player talks about their magical run to the Elite Eight in the 2008 NCAA Tournament. We talk …

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How Sweet [Sixteen] It Is: The Madness is Back in March

If you’re reading this, it’s probably too late. No, I’m not talking about Drake’s out-of-nowhere album from 2015 (although, coincidentally, he did drop his long-anticipated project More Life the other day, with mostly positive reviews so far). I’m talking about your March Madness bracket(s). You know, that thing you spent …

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SBNY Podcast w/Peter Kennedy: NCAA Tournament, The Cinderella Story Myth, Lonzo Ball and NBA Draft

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYC or @Pete_Kennedy81 comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Rate and review on iTunes! Enjoy the show! The first round of the NCAA Tournament may have been anti-climactic, but the round of 32 did not disappoint as high seeded teams fell …

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