Carmelo Anthony Goes Nuts for Syracuse on Snap Chat


By Jerry Del Priore  So, Carmelo Anthony took to snap chat to celebrate his Alma Mater's monumental comeback 68-62 victory over Virginia on Sunday to reach the Final Four, citing Syracuse’s "perseverance." Sounding like a giddy school girl, he started out by claiming that “they (whoever they are—possibly the same people who didn’t believe they … Continue reading Carmelo Anthony Goes Nuts for Syracuse on Snap Chat

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Christian Faith Drives Jason Romero to Become Country’s First Blind Runner to Trek Across U.S.


By Jerry Del Priore Ultra-marathoner Jason “Relentless” Romero has run distances that would make even the most accomplished runners' jaws drop in awe. From a 100-mile race in the Florida Keys’ sweltering heat to a 205-mile event, and everything in between, Romero hasn’t shied away from any daunting distances in recent years. Proving the point … Continue reading Christian Faith Drives Jason Romero to Become Country’s First Blind Runner to Trek Across U.S.

Orange Wave Topples Lincoln To Claim First PSAL Hoops Title In 62 Years


By Jerry Del Priore  Thomas Jefferson boys’ head basketball coach Lawrence "Bud" Pollard was growing tired of fielding championship questions from people in the school’s surrounding areas. You see, the last time the Orange Wave captured a PSAL varsity basketball title was way back in 1954, but on Saturday at Madison Square Garden, that drought finally … Continue reading Orange Wave Topples Lincoln To Claim First PSAL Hoops Title In 62 Years

Lady Vikings G0 Back-to-Back As Girls PSAL Basketball Champs


By Jerry Del Priore It was once thought by many NYC high school basketball insiders that the South Shore girls’ basketball team couldn’t win the big game after losing four previous times in the finals. The notion was dismissed last year when the Lady Vikings captured the Class "AA" PSAL Championship and further put to … Continue reading Lady Vikings G0 Back-to-Back As Girls PSAL Basketball Champs

Brooklyn Basketball Player Twanda Holder Thrives At Brooklyn College


By Jerry Del Priore After playing for Queens College, Canarsie, Brooklyn resident Twanda Holder decided to transfer to Brooklyn College three games into her sophomore year because she didn’t favor the coach’s teaching style, as well as not seeing much court time. “I transferred from Queens College because I felt like me and the coach weren’t … Continue reading Brooklyn Basketball Player Twanda Holder Thrives At Brooklyn College

Fast Starts Lead Brooklyn College To Win Over College of Staten Island For Back-to-Back Women’s Hoops Titles


By Jerry Del Priore Getting ahead early, to start both halves, proved to be the difference for the top-seeded Brooklyn College Women’s Basketball team en route to a 59-55 win over No. 3 College of Staten Island (CSI) Sunday at the West Quad Center. It was the Lady Bulldogs’ second consecutive Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division … Continue reading Fast Starts Lead Brooklyn College To Win Over College of Staten Island For Back-to-Back Women’s Hoops Titles

Three Top Inspirational Brooklyn Boxers


By Jerry Del Priore There’s no denying that, in order to compete in the bloodlust world of boxing, you need plenty of fire, guts and gumption, along with ample athletic talent. But when you factor in out-of-the-ring adversity, that’s when you get to see what an athlete’s really made of as their real-life mettle gets … Continue reading Three Top Inspirational Brooklyn Boxers

Die-Hard NY Met’s Fan, Amputee Helps Give Children with Loss of Limbs a Leg Up


By Jerry Del Priore Patrick Filosa knows what it’s like to battle through arduous times. Two and half years ago, the doctors amputated his left leg below the knee after several years of pain and struggle. Now, the die-hard New York Mets fan is giving back to young amputees by participating in fundraising walks and other special … Continue reading Die-Hard NY Met’s Fan, Amputee Helps Give Children with Loss of Limbs a Leg Up

New Sports Trading App, ASM Free, Hopes to Provide Fans with Money Making Opportunity


Jerry Del Priore Sports fans are passionate about their teams, even though they don’t receive monetary compensation for their efforts. But what if there was a legal way to add to the excitement, and own a portion of your teams in the process? That’s what AllSportsMarket (ASM), operated by The New Sports Economy Institute, a … Continue reading New Sports Trading App, ASM Free, Hopes to Provide Fans with Money Making Opportunity

Brooklyn College Men’s Hoops Set to Take on Local NYU in NCAA D-III Basketball Tournament


  By Jerry Del Priore   It’s official: The Bulldogs are set to dance against opponents from Manhattan. On Monday, Division III NCAA Tournament officials announced that the Brooklyn College (22-6) Men's Basketball Team will take on New York University (20-5) in the first round at host Christopher Newport University, on Friday, March 4th.  Tipoff is scheduled … Continue reading Brooklyn College Men’s Hoops Set to Take on Local NYU in NCAA D-III Basketball Tournament