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NYC hoops roundup

It was another basketball-focused weekend in New York, highlighted by high school action. Small Apple’s own Patrick Clark and Geoff Decker covered the weekend’s PSAL borough championships (check out the podcast), and, as the Daily News writes, Lincoln is the top seed heading into the playoffs. In other local hoops action, The Post reported on […]

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Making Noise About PSAL Playoffs

Geoff Decker and I camped out at City College on Saturday for the PSAL boys basketball borough championships. It’s with great pleasure we present Small Apple Sports’ first podcast.

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UPDATE: PSAL Boys Basketball Playoffs

The seedings for the PSAL boys basketball playoff’s have been released. Check back in tonight, when Geoff Decker and I handicap the field during out first Small Apple Sports podcast.

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Borough Championships: Final Four … and here’s a vote for Boys & Girls (video)

http://vimeo.com/18692997 Even though there will be five champions after Saturday’s marathon of Borough Championship games, the road to the city championship probably goes through Brooklyn. And since I’ve been covering them all season long, I feel more confident picking Boys & Girls as the team to emerge out of Brooklyn. To do that, they’ll have […]

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Borough Championships: UPDATE

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Apple-A-Day: Borough Championships

The PSAL boys borough championships tip-off this afternoon in gymnasiums across the city, and the Post and ESPN New York are picking mostly chalk. We’ll be looking to see whether Boys & Girls High School star Mike Taylor has his academic suspension lifted, and hope to have an update from Small Apple Sports’ Geoffrey Decker—who […]

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NYC Weekend Sports Round Up

The city hosted a number of big basketball games over the weekend, including several marquee high school hoops match ups. On the men’s side, No. 7 Christ the King battled back from 5-point deficit in the fourth quarter to win at No. 5 Rice, while their women’s squad (No. 2) knocked off No. 1 Nazareth. […]

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Apple-A-Day: Bye Bye, Big Game Andy

From Yankee great Andy Pettitte’s retirement to high school basketball, get ready for this weekend’s action in this Apple-A-Day report.

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White Swan Bobby Hurley, Sr. Wins 1000th

There’s not much to distinguish between Bobby Hurley, Sr. and his black swan counterpart Bobby Knight. They are both silver-haired coaching legends whose game attire includes a sweater coordinated to their respective school colors. Both established high-profile careers at the same institution spanning several presidential administrations (Knight: 1971-2000 at Indiana; Hurley: 1972- present). They both […]

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Apple-A-Day: Signing Day Roundup

Yesterday was national signing day for college football recruits, and Syracuse University head coach Doug Marrone—himself a graduate of Lehman High School in the Bronx—made off with the biggest haul of New York City prospects.

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