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DeRozan and Aldridge of San Antonio prove to be…

DeRozan and Aldridge of San Antonio prove to be…

SPECIAL TO THE BRONX CHRONICLE By Jason Gonzalez Dallas, TX – The Mavericks are now the losers of six straight. San Antonio shooting guard DeMar DeRozan [33] and power forward LaMarcus Aldridge [28] scored a combined 61 points to give […]

by · March 13, 2019 · Sports
KAT Vs. KP: Who You Got?

KAT Vs. KP: Who You Got?

By Jason Gonzalez Basketball phenoms Karl Anthony Towns and Kristaps Porzingis are just 20 games into their third year in the league. With that being said, both players are now on the precipice of superstardom. Towns and Porzingis are big […]

by · December 4, 2017 · Sports
Hall of Fame forward Connie Hawkins passed away at 75 | NBA.com
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Passing Of Connie Hawkins — One of the Greatest of All-Time

By Jason Gonzalez NBA Hall-of-Famer Connie Hawkins passed away last Friday night at the age of 75. At 6’8, 210 pounds, the Brooklyn native revolutionized the game. Being the first player to ever palm a basketball, pundits described Hawkins as […]

by · October 9, 2017 · Sports
The Dallas Mavericks and Yogi Ferrell have agreed to a new Two-Year deal to remain with the Dallas Mavericks after his 32 point performance.

Mavericks’ Yogi Ferrell: One Who Got Away From Nets

By Steven Simineri Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell got his first NBA chance with the Brooklyn Nets earlier this season after impressing Brooklyn’s brass in the Summer League and in training camp. He appeared in 10 games with the Nets, averaging a […]

by · April 11, 2017 · Sports
Is KAT vs. Porzingis the Next Great NBA Rivalry?

Is KAT vs. Porzingis the Next Great NBA Rivalry?

By Steven Simineri   “We have seen two brilliant performances from two 21-year-old stars in the league,” esteemed Knicks’ broadcaster Mike Breen gushed about Kristaps Porzingis and Karl-Anthony Towns as Towns shot free throws during the final minute of New […]

by · December 2, 2016 · Sports
How Will Barton went from being a trade afterthought to one of the NBA’s most terrifying threats off the bench

How Will Barton went from being a trade afterthought to one of the NBA’s most terrifying threats off the bench

How Will Barton went from being a trade afterthought to one of the NBA’s most terrifying threats off the bench By Steven Simineri The first ten picks of the 2012 NBA Draft produced some of the brightest young players: Anthony […]

by · March 24, 2016 · Sports
Jonathon Simmons, San Antonio Spurs

Jonathon Simmons’ remarkable journey from nowhere to the San Antonio Spurs

Jonathon Simmons’ remarkable journey from nowhere to the San Antonio Spurs   By Steven Simineri   The San Antonio Spurs are known for finding players from all over the world, but with undrafted rookie swingman Jonathon Simmons, they signed a […]

by · March 12, 2016 · Sports
Donald Sloan making the most of his opportunity in Brooklyn

Donald Sloan making the most of his opportunity in Brooklyn

Donald Sloan making the most of his opportunity in Brooklyn by Steven Simineri   The Brooklyn Nets broadcast team is one of the best in the business and they have a lot of fun during the games. During their “Who […]

by · March 6, 2016 · Sports
Bill Cartwright speaking at the University of San Francisco in 2011. Photo credit: Shawn P. Calhoun.

Basketball Great Bill Cartwright Returns to His Alma Mater

Cartwright will serve as University of San Francisco ambassador   SAN FRANCISCO, March 5, 2016  — Legendary basketball star Bill Cartwright is returning to the University of San Francisco (USF), his alma mater, as Director of Special Initiatives. Cartwright is a […]

by · March 6, 2016 · Higher Education, Sports
Rasual Butler, San Antonio Spurs

San Antonio Is Just The Latest Resting Spot For Rasual Butler

San Antonio Just Latest Resting Spot For Rasual Butler   By Steven Simineri   Rasual Butler is your prototypical NBA journeyman – eight teams in 13 seasons.  A Philadelphia native, Butler earned the reputation of being one of the NBA’s […]

by · February 6, 2016 · Sports
For Knicks, Langston Galloway Could Be The Solution

For Knicks, Langston Galloway Could Be The Solution

For Knicks, Langston Galloway Could Be The Solution By Daniel Federico When Langston Galloway was earning 10-day contracts with the New York Knicks last season, many thought of it as a great story. After all, the combo guard went undrafted out of […]

by · February 3, 2016 · Sports
Kyle Anderson

Sports Profile: New Jersey native Kyle Anderson growing into his own for the Spurs

New Jersey native Kyle Anderson growing into his own for the Spurs By Steven Simineri The San Antonio Spurs are 36-6, winners of 11 straight and destroying opponents by 14.2 points per game, which is 2.5 points higher than that […]

by · January 21, 2016 · Sports
Boban Marjanovic  (Photo credit: Steven Simineri)

Boban Mania – Boban Marjanovic is no circus act

Boban Mania – Boban Marjanovic is no circus act By Steven Simineri As the San Antonio Spurs warmed up prior to Monday night’s game in Brooklyn, fans weren’t gasping at the sight of Tim Duncan or LaMarcus Aldridge or Kawhi […]

by · January 15, 2016 · Sports
Metta World Peace Ain’t Done Yet

Metta World Peace Ain’t Done Yet

Metta World Peace is back and the NBA is a better place with him By Steven Seminieri Last season, Metta World Peace wasn’t just out of the league, he was of the country, dabbling in overseas gigs in Italy and […]

by · November 30, 2015 · Sports
NBA Legend Dolph Schayes Selected For 2015 Bronx Walk of Fame

NBA Legend Dolph Schayes Selected For 2015 Bronx Walk of Fame

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. announced today that NBA legend Dolph Schayes will be inducted into the 2015 Bronx Walk of Fame.   “We have a long tradition of producing basketball legends in The Bronx, and Dolph Schayes is […]