Posts Tagged ‘Ron Artest’


“I’d like to thank my psychiatrist”

June 21, 2010

Ron Artest has always been an Ill Will favorite since his days at St. John’s.  After a big game 7 from Ron Ron, he stepped into the booth to record his single, “Champion” which is sure to be a Billboard hit. 

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St. John’s needs the Knicks

March 31, 2010


The Knicks and St. John's have been in basketball purgatory

St. John’s took the right step with Steve Lavin in the attempt to rise up to respectability again in the Big Apple.  Lavin is a well-known name, with a contagious personality who can recruit his ass off.  Norm Roberts certainly did a great job restoring class to the Red Storm basketball program, but it will be up to Lavin to bring in the big-time players and make St. John’s basketball a national program again.  Read the rest of this entry ?


In the words of Marv Albert: Yesssss!!!!!

December 22, 2009

Open at Work with Caution...

We’re backk!

Bits n’ Pieces

Satan has a better shot of playing, Nate’s agent asks Knick GM Walsh for trade

New regime, Holmgren to join Browns as President

Interested, Yankess ask about Zambrano

Warrior protege, Jackson and Artest amazed at Benders comeback

Sofia and more bits after the jump…

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Ron Artest admits to drinking during games

December 2, 2009


Former St. John’s star, and current Los Angeles Laker Ron Artest told The Sporting News that he would drink during games while on the Bulls. 

“I used to drink Hennessy at halftime,” said Artest, who played with Chicago from 1999-2002.  “I kept it in my locker. I’d just walk to the liquor store  and get it.”

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Know your NYC Hoop History…Long live the Kingdome

December 1, 2009

Harlem's Legendary Basketball Court

Nestled between the Martin Luther King housing projects in Harlem New York is a outdoor basketball court that has seen the likes of Walter Berry, Ed Pinckney, Rafer Altston and Ron Artest grace its court. For 25 years, the Kingdome pro-league has been a summer time ritual in the heart of Harlem. Its tournament more commonly known as the Kingdome classic, brings together the country’s finest young b-ball talent and its fair share of stars.

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St. John’s cannot afford a let down.

December 1, 2009

So far, it's been all cheers and chest bumps for the Storm.


It’s funny how quickly things can change in sports. The Jets and Giants both got off to impressive starts, but are now struggling to stay alive in their respective playoff races. The Rangers started the season 7-1, but now have just 13 points in their last 19 games.  The Knicks, off to one of their worst starts in franchise history, were all set to sign Allen Iverson, just to nix the deal at the last-minute. 

Last week, I wrote an article about how the St. John’s Men’s Basketball program was a shell of its’ former self.  The heralded recruits weren’t coming in, the Garden was empty, and the NCAA tournament bids were non-existent. The Red Storm was off to a 3-0 start, but the competition was weak at best, and furthermore, the Johnnies were unimpressive in their victories. I began to wonder how much longer Norm Roberts would be coaching this team.  

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West Coast Heart Attack… Knicks lose again

November 25, 2009


I'm gonna take it easy on you and only score 34 tonight says Kobe

LOS ANGELES- When Lakers 7-footers Pau Gasoland Andrew Bynum lined up for the opening tip against New York’s comparatively pint-sized front line, anybody who has ever seen a pickup game between poorly chosen teams could have predicted what happened next.

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