Monthly Archives: June 2012

One Caribbean Radio Sports Briefs for Friday, June 29, 2012, by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

Anthony Davis of the University of Kentucky was the first pick in the 2012 NBA Draft last night by the New Orleans Hornets. History was made when the Charlotte Bobcats chose Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, as they become the first college teammates … Continue reading

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One Caribbean Radio Sports Briefs for Thursday, June 28, 2012, by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The 2012 NBA Draft takes place tonight at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Five players from the University of Kentucky are expected to be drafted in the first round, including Anthony Davis aka The Unibrow, who is expected … Continue reading

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A Three-Pointer Changes a Series, And, Perhaps a Career for LeBron James by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

It was game four of the NBA Finals, and the Miami Heat were leading in an attempt to go up three games to one. Suddenly, forward LeBron James, a three-time NBA MVP, including for the currently season, the best player … Continue reading

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Vindication Belongs to LeBron James by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

“It’s about Damn Time” is what LeBron James belted out after his Miami Heat captured his first and the franchises’ second NBA championship last week. There was a collective sigh of relief heard from James and his fans as the … Continue reading

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New York Mets Consistency to Struggle for by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New York Mets continue to struggle toward consistency, as they have now lost three in a row after winning four in a row. RA Dickey and Johan Santana lost back-to-back starts for the first time this season, as Dickey … Continue reading

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New York Liberty Fall to Atlanta Dream on Dads and Daughters Day by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

It was Dads and Daughters Day at the Prudential Center on Sunday as the New York Liberty hosted the Atlanta Dream. There were numerous current and former New York Knicks in attendance, including current Knick guard JR Smith (with his … Continue reading

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One Caribbean Radio Sports Briefs for Monday, June 25, 2012, by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New York Yankees defeated the New York Mets 6-5 last night to take the series two games to one and win five out of six against their crosstown rivals in this season’s Subway Series. Robinson Cano from the Dominican … Continue reading

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Boys to Men by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

Both the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma Thunder are at the crossroads of their respective franchises’ histories. The Heat can win their second NBA championship in the last five years while the Thunder can catapult themselves into that rarified air … Continue reading

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New York Mets Aim for More Consistency by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The last three series the New York Mets have played were all sweeps. Unlike cross-town rivals the New York Yankees, who have swept three straight series, the New York Mets swept the Tampa Bay Rays while being swept by the … Continue reading

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Adamek and Jennings Shine on Fight Night by Derrel ‘Jazz” Johnson

The fourth edition of NBC Sports Network’s Fight Night series featured seven fights Saturday at the Newark’s Prudential Center. In the main event, fan favorite Tomasz Adamek, of Polish decent and a current Jersey resident, defeated Eddie Chambers in a … Continue reading

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