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The Battle for New York’s Key Voting Blocs in the Primaries – The New York Times

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A look at where the candidates are competing for votes. Interesting to see where primary candidates have the best opportunities to earn votes. Click the link below.

Source: The Battle for New York’s Key Voting Blocs in the Primaries – The New York Times

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New York Knicks to ramp up pursuit of Derek Fisher – ESPN New York

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New York Knicks to ramp up pursuit of Derek Fisher - ESPN New York

Phil really wants Derek Fisher. Fisher seems like he would be a great coach but the Knicks roster seems like too much of a mystery to commit to as a head coach…

More info here: New York Knicks to ramp up pursuit of Derek Fisher – ESPN New York.

NY’s Warm Winter

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Quick Hits & Links: LeBron, Yankees, A-Rod, Amar'e

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Everyone is talking about the effective of Amar’e Stoudemire in New York without two-time MVP point guard Steve Nash feeding him the ball. How will Nash do this season without a powerful finisher under the basket to feed?

LeBron James was not obligated to thank the fans in Cleveland. James gave the Cavaliers more than they gave him. Thanking his home town of Akron was all that was necessary.

Alex Rodriguez, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Rafael Palmeiro and Mark McGwire should all be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The hall is filled with bigots, ball players that never played against black baseball players, drug abusers, wife beaters and alcoholics. Why not add some cheaters to the mix? And if baseball writers and the hall are so against these steroid users, why is all their record-breaking memorabilia in the Hall of Fame?

Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, LeBron James and the rest of the Miami Heat will win the 2010-11 NBA championship. “They will never lose two games in a row this year, other 29 teams better hope the lockout gets moved up a year.” – Jeff Van Gundy on Heat.

As a die-hard Yankee fan, the Tampa Bay Rays scare me (A LOT!).

The Detroit Pistons signed center Ben Wallace to a two-year contract when his knees retired two years ago.

And last but not least…