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Knicks Trade Porzingis in Hopes for a Big Off-Season

Knicks Trade Porzingis in Hopes for a Big Off-Season

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

February 3, 2019

The New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks made a blockbuster trade that sends shock waves across the league.

Mariano Rivera Elected Unanimously to the Baseball Hall of Fame

Mariano Rivera Elected Unanimously to the Baseball Hall of Fame

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

January 27, 2019

Mariano Rivera, baseball's first ever unanimous Hall of Famer, proves that being a competitor takes skill off the field, too.

Boston’s Sports Dominance

Boston’s Sports Dominance

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 30, 2018

For years New York used to have the teams bringing in championships and others were looking up to us wondering how to replicate it, but times have changed and now most New York teams know the season is over for them midway through. What makes things worse for fans of New York sports teams is that the city that seems to be going through their golden age in sports right now is Boston. In all four major spo...

Heading in the Right Direction

Heading in the Right Direction

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 21, 2018

As Basketball season starts up again there is a lot of intrigue and interesting storylines around the league. LeBron starts his Lakers career, the Warriors look to win their third straight championship, and the Celtics are in the beginning of what looks to be the next Celtics dynasty. What the NBA...

Do the Giants Regret Drafting Barkley over Darnold?

Do the Giants Regret Drafting Barkley over Darnold?

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 14, 2018

It’s been a rough first six weeks for the New York Giants. They are now in last place in the entire league with a record of 1-5 after getting crushed by the Philadelphia Eagles and over the last two seasons only the Cleveland Browns have a worse record than the Giants. To make matters worse, they...

“Bullpenning” is not the Answer

“Bullpenning” is not the Answer

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 7, 2018

The new thing in Major League Baseball now is to have what is called a “bullpen” day which means that instead of having a traditional starting pitcher start the game, it’s just a bunch of relievers pitching the entire game. This something that can’t possibly work long term yet more teams are...

Farewell to the Captain

Farewell to the Captain

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

September 30, 2018

Saturday night we said goodbye to one of the greatest New York Mets of all time. The captain, David Wright. Wright took the field for the first time since 2016 in what would be his final game as a major league baseball player. It was announced a few weeks ago that this would be his final game after...

Who’s Really in Control?

Who’s Really in Control?

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

September 23, 2018

The days of owners and general managers being the ones in charge seem to be a thing of the past. It used to be that the players sign the contracts and play with that team for the length of the contract unless ownership or management decides to trade them elsewhere. But lately it seems like it’s the...

Why KD will Never be LeBron

Why KD will Never be LeBron

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

September 16, 2018

Everyone likes to have the never-ending debate of who’s the better basketball player, LeBron James or Kevin Durant. But to be honest, there’s really nothing even worth debating when it comes to who is the best player in the league. It’s LeBron…and it’s not close. People like to get caught...

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