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I have a background not only in sports journalism, but sports radio as well. In addition to serving as a writer and editor for Buckets Over Broadway and City of Champions Sports, I am also the Assistant Editor of the NBA Division for FanSided. I reside in the Pittsburgh area and am a die-hard Pittsburgh sports fan but I've also been a die-hard Knicks fan for life. Follow me on Twitter @buccos12
Doctor, Speaker, Best Selling Author, Business Consultant. #1 Best-selling author, Dr. Eric Kaplan, recently featured on the Dr. Oz show, Good Morning America, Primetime Live, Montel Williams, as well as CNBC, ABC, NBC, and Fox, has been working to change the world — 5 MINUTES at a time. Dr. Eric Kaplan, is an avid Knick Fan born from humble means, he went from the streets of Jersey City, NJ, where he played high school basketball then he took his wares to the backcourt of Fairleigh Dickinson University. his basketball background helped him to succeed at the next level as he went on to become the President and COO on Wall Street and acquiring and running Nutrisystem, the famous weight loss company. Learn why business leaders like Donald Trump, who sits a top Dr. Kaplan’s first book, Lifestyles of The Fit & Famous, has utilized Dr. Kaplan as a speaker and physician, embrace his life-changing philosophies. Dr. Kaplan's speciality is sports injuries. He has worked with members of Miami Heat, New York Knicks, Boston Celtics to name a few. He has also worked with NFL and MLB athletes, as well as members of the PGA and LPGA tour.
TJ is a student-athlete at The Pennsylvania State University where he is a starting pitcher on the varsity baseball team. Although he grew up in Massachusetts, TJ bleeds blue and aspires to don the Yankee Pinstripes some day. TJ also owns an excessive amount of New York Knicks apparel and is never ashamed to wear it.
Alex Horowitz is a high school senior residing in New York, and has been a die-hard Knicks fan for as long as he can remember. Although he's had to watch many dismal seasons of Knicks basketball, he is excited for the upcoming season, and his optimism and pride for the team is unwavering. Alex has other experience in sports writing too, as he currently is a correspondent for the site Baseball Essential. You can follow him on Twitter @alexhorowitz3
Tarun grew up watching the 90's Knicks, which instilled him with an affection for good defense, hard fouls and underappreciated stars. He is not a fun person to watch Knicks' games with, and estimates they've removed 15 years from his life expectancy. You can follow him on Twitter @the_real_tarun.
James is a 17 year old student that loves the Knicks, Jets, Mets, Islanders and Arsenal. He also loves 80s metal, Tom DeLonge's voice and other assorted varieties of music. He shreds guitar in his band "We Don't Pay The Electric." One of his proudest moments: He once played in a pickup basketball game with Danny Green while Green was still in high school. Another: Being in attendance for Nate Robinson's 41 point bench outburst. Lastly, Monta Ellis is his spirit animal. You can follow him on Twitter @j_griff
Richard Bertin has been a long-time suffering Knicks fan ever since he first became mesmerized by John Starks’s infamous “Dunk.” You know the one. Since then he’s long been plagued by the Knicks, and is still recovering from the Isiah Thomas years. As a way of coping he’s started a blog called “Starks Raving Mad” (Starksraving.com) where most of his rambling rants currently are housed.
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