Tag Archives: Brooklyn

THE OLD FASHIONED WAY

Remember the days of talking on the phone? Nowadays everyone texts, or e-mails. Or they don’t communicate at all. Back in the day I would spend hours on the phone with my girlfriend; she lived one block away. This past … Continue reading

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CONFESSIONS OF A HOOPS JUNKIE #22

Winter of 1976. I was 12 years old. Playing basketball for Ty Cobbs. We were undefeated that season, amazing group of players. I was playing up, everyone on the team was 13. Glenn Thomas, Jimmy Cullen, Michael Campbell, Ricky Ferro, … Continue reading

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CONFESSIONS OF A HOOPS JUNKIE #18

Fall of 1978. I am 14 years-old. Power Memorial High School. I watched the Panthers a couple of years before in the King tournament at St. Thomas. Loved Eddie Moss and Larry Petty. Wanted to play for them. My tenure … Continue reading

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CONFESSIONS OF A HOOPS JUNKIE #1

Growing up in Brooklyn (Holy Name) during the 70’s and 80’s, we didn’t have a gym to play basketball. Kids at IHM, Saint Saviour’s, OLA, OLPH, Holy Family, St. Rose, Regina Pacis, St. Finbar, St. Mary’s… all had gyms for … Continue reading

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Commitment. This is my favorite word because in some way, people who are committed are always much more interesting and much more reliable, and much more, I would say, deep than people who are not.” -Carlos Ghosn

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BEST DAYS OF MY LIFE

Growing up in the neighborhood; 1970’s and 1980’s – can’t beat those days!

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WHAT I MISS #4

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