Peter Vecsey

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B&C Morning Show: Peter Vecsey Got It Right, Craig Got An Earful

Craig couldn’t agree with his radio partner and tried to make his feelings vocal, only to be yelled at by Uncle Booms.


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Keidel: Carmelo’s Unhappy Homecoming

If I recall correctly, after their trade for Carmelo Athony, the mantra was that the Knicks got two of the ten best players in the league — which is what you need to win a title. Doesn’t that at least get you a .500 record?


The Knicks stunk it up against the Celtics on Monday night, a trend that began with NY's trade for Carmelo Anthony. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Keidel: Madison Square Garbage

Peter Vecsey was blasted for saying on this station that the Knicks were a .500 team with Carmelo Anthony. He was wrong. They’re worse.


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Keidel: Big Win Vs. Big Picture

The Knicks won a thrilling game in Miami, but beating the Heat was as odd as losing to Cleveland two nights earlier. If you peeled off your Charles Oakley Snuggie you’d see that there’s sincere concern over the Melo deal.


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B&C Show Blog & Audio: Melo’s Homecoming

It was a great night in the Big Apple as Carmelo Anthony & Chauncey Billups made their Knicks debuts, and the night culminated with a 114-108 win over the Bucks with the two newest Knickerbockers playing a big role.


Toney Douglas #23, Ronny Turiaf #14, Carmelo Anthony #7 and Landry Fields #6 of the New York Knicks leave the court for a timeout against the Milwaukee Bucks at Madison Square Garden on February 23, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)

Hot Topic: February 24

Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups made their Garden debuts last night, and both were a factor in the Knicks’ win over the Bucks. What’s your early reaction to the new look Knicks?


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B&C Show Blog & Audio: ‘Melo’ Times Are Finally Here

It was a ‘Melo’ morning here on the B&C Morning Extravaganza as Craig declares today a great day in New York and one of the greatest days in Knicks history…


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Boomer & Carton: Vecsey Sets Carmelo Party ‘On Fire’

Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton are openly thrilled about the Knicks’ trade for Carmelo Anthony. Peter Vecsey of the NY Post is not. “It truly would not surprise me if they wound up with a losing record the rest of the year,” Vecsey said.