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Oh, you thought I was finished? Come on. I couldn’t deprive anyone by not addressing the big hot button issue amongst of the best part of Knicks season. Coach Derek Fisher and his… Questionable rotations. Because Knicks fans will not shut up about it on any online forum you can find.

Same Old Knicks?

It’s been a little bit slow here on G42 Sports. I take it that everyone is still a little depressed over the Mets World Series loss… But no worries! Because in case you haven't noticed yet, OG Dizza is not a baseball fan. Time to lift the spirits up a

Fishing for Competent Coaching

The NY Knicks have their most talented roster in the Phil Jackson era, but head coach Derek Fisher has single handedly prevented the franchise from possessing a winning record with his questionable rotations and poor game-management in fourth quarters. NY isn’t built like the 1996 Chicago Bulls, but the franchise is

MLB’s Takeout Problem

Depending on who you ask, takeout slides will elicit two responses: hard-nosed play, bush-league. Chase Utley made headlines with his late slide into second base during Game 2 of the NLDS against the New York Mets. His actions broke up what could have been an inning-ending double play—tying the game at

Peyton Manning’s Mile High Descent

No one can dispute the fact that Peyton Manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, but, the once immortal general looks more human with each passing week. Manning surpassed the 70,000 passing yards mark, placing him second all-time behind Brett Favre (71,838). The two men are the only

Searching for New York’s Dark Knight

"You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain." Since arriving at the Show, Matt Harvey was an untouchable force, an icon in New York revered by every baseball fan, but quickly, with a few questionable words, he's become neither the hero the city needs, nor the hero

Jake Arrieta’s Rise to Dominance

Since joining the Chicago Cubs, Jake Arrieta has become one of the best pitchers in baseball. Through 27 starts this year, he's 17-6 with a 2.11 ERA and a no-hitter to his name. He posted a 5.0 WAR in 2014 and currently sports a 5.4 WAR. The Cy Young Award race,

Los Angeles Dodgers: Doomed by Complacency

The Los Angeles Dodgers have lost four games in a row, it isn't time to panic by any means, but something is inherently wrong with this franchise that consistently underachieves. With a monster payroll that's disgusting in its own right, the Dodgers should be far and away the best team in

The Toronto Blue Jays Paradox

No team was as active and ambitious as the Toronto Blue Jays were at the MLB Trade Deadline. Sure the Kansas City Royals acquired Johnny Cueto and Ben Zobrist, but they already possessed a sizable first place lead over their peers in the AL Central. Toronto was six games behind the

James Harden’s Feet Worth A Lot to Adidas

In sports nowadays, endorsements are more essential than ever. Companies use these deals as effective marketing strategies knowing that people around the world look up to these athletes as icons. Basketball players fill a critical role for shoe companies—it's been that way ever since Converse introduced “Chuck Taylors” to the game. Now