Larry Johnson has never been one to hold back when he has something on his mind. He definitely had something on his mind Saturday in the wake of the accusations of racism against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
For the “Late Show Top Ten List,” 10 legendary New York athletes — all of whom provided memorable moments at Madison Square Garden — rattled off their “Top Ten career highlights at Madison Square Garden.”
Dream Week is an annual event put on by the Garden of Dreams Foundation to expose these kids to special activities involving many parts of the Madison Square Garden company like the New York Rangers, New York Liberty, and of course, the New York Knicks. Legendary Knicks forward Larry Johnson was a party of the fun.
I not only write about the Knicks. I am also a season-ticket holder. A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from the Knicks inviting me to a special free Knicks Tip-Off Event at the Beacon Theater. It was 90 minutes that I will never get back.
What luck! Amar’e’s meltdown was the hot topic as LJ was scheduled to visit the guys.
Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien will be Penn State’s first new head football coach in nearly a half-century, according to multiple reports.
Larry Johnson joined Boomer & Craig in the Allstate Studio this morning to talk about the old days with the Knicks and, of course, his famous “4-Point Play” that by the way, Al “Hughes” Dukes knew nothing about it.
Fear always has played a big part in American football. But nowadays, it’s not so much the super-physical hitters or runners who are dreaded by opponents.