Keidel: Jose Reyes, The New York Mets And The Sad Business Of BaseballThe New York Mets, who just signed Jose Reyes, don't care how bad you are off the field as long as you produce on it... like most teams.
Keidel: Don't Kid Yourself -- Kevin Durant Won't Be A KnickWhile many of us would never leave New York, Durant has no ties here. Why suffer the snow, cost, taxes and losing just to say he played on Broadway?
Will Derrick Rose Save The Knicks... Can Anyone?The New York Knicks haven't won an NBA title in over four decades. Will pairing Derrick Rose with Melo return the team to relevance?
Keidel: Yanks Are About Winning? They Have An Odd Way Of Showing ItMore startling than the lack of noise from the Yankees on the field is the silence from the owner's box.
Keidel: Thurman-Porter Bout Puts Boxing Back In Primetime And The Public EyeThis Saturday's welterweight title bout between Keith Thurman and challenger Shawn Porter on CBS is more than just another fight.
Keidel: Mets Should Say No Way To JoseThe optics alone are awful. We are increasingly -- and rightfully -- sensitive and proactive regarding domestic violence. Our goal is to push away players with tattered histories of battering women. Allegedly.
Stephen Curry Is Not LeBron James... YetStephen Curry is still the prince of the NBA hardwood. He's just not ready to be king. Or King James.
Keidel: LeBron's NBA Immortality Can Never Be QuestionedMore than a few stars dotted the basketball skies Sunday night, but LeBron James, the brightest of them all, eclipsed the rest.
Keidel: Bad Night For The Curry FamilyStephen Curry fouled out and was then tossed from NBA Finals Game 6. Ayesha Curry's ill-advised social media reaction didn't help matters.
Keidel: Once Thought To Be A Laugher, This NBA Finals Is Making HistoryThe Cavs may have won last night, but we all win today. We have a Game 7 between one team trying to repeat last year's result against a team, and a man, looking for a new mandate.
Keidel: His Haters Will Never Admit It, But LeBron Still Rules The NBAFor one night, at least, the titular lord of the sport and the best team in the sport took a back seat to the real king of the court. And forgive some of us if we enjoyed the heck out of it.
Would A Loss Tonight Cost The King His Crown?LeBron James can lose the 2016 NBA Finals and still save face, but the Cavaliers have to win Game 5. Lucky for him they can.

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