Schmeelk: Knicks' Move To Cut Jennings Opens Door For Chasson RandleThe Knicks waived backup veteran guard Brandon Jennings Monday morning to make room for Chasson Randle. Randle starred in the Summer League and played for the Westchester Knicks before having a cup of coffee with the 76ers earlier in the season.
Lichtenstein: Nets Must Tweak Formula, Try To End Season On Higher NoteThe NBA trade deadline passed Thursday with little bang considering all the pregame hype and with more whimper from Nets fans who already were less than excited about the remainder of the season.
Hartnett: Rangers In Prime Position To Land Game-Changer ShattenkirkFor a long time, Kevin Shattenkirk held the hammer when it came to controlling where he could be traded. He still does, but now we have a pretty clear idea where he wants to go. The Big Apple, apparently.
Sweeny: The Verdict Is In: Judge's Power Is Something ElseWord travels fast in 2017. Aaron Judge’s home run last Friday went everywhere in a hurry, thanks to social media.
Coleman: If Called Upon, Mets' Bruce Determined To Play A Good First BaseThe Mets have wasted little time at least beginning to acclimate Jay Bruce to first base.
Palladino: Mangold's Departure Only Complicates Jets' Problems Up FrontWhen the kids start running around in their pajamas at the end of the week at the NFL Scouting Combine, the Jets have given themselves little option but to focus on offensive linemen.
Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Feb. 27, 2017Monday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" provided yet another example of MLB managers being forced to talk to the media much too often.
Boomer & Carton: NFL Legend Earl Campbell In The HouseBoomer and Craig were thrilled to let Earl Campbell in on the fun on Monday morning.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Recco's Monday Morning UpdateWhen Jerry Recco is part of your life, Mondays don't seem so bad. Don't act like you don't know what we're talking about.
Boomer & Carton: An Oscars Screw-Up, A Disturbing Precedent And More On A MondayMonday morning brought an interesting group of topics for Boomer and Craig to discuss.
Silverman: Free Agent Script Is Changing In The NFLTeams can start signing free agents to upgrade their rosters then, and while the consensus is that those general managers who attempt to build their teams through free agency will fail, it is time to readjust that thinking.
Schmeelk: Knicks' Silence At Deadline Compounds Jackson's FailuresWith their hope for the playoffs all but extinguished, the Knicks had a chance at the trade deadline to land some future assets.