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EWB's Monday Morning Links: 1.13

For the New York teams that are still playing, things have begun to turn around with the turn of the calendar as the Knicks, Nets, Rangers and Islanders have begun to heat up. Although the Jets and Giants have been done for 2 weeks now, their home field is preparing to host what is shaping up to be a great Super Bowl as 4 of the NFL’s elite remain in contention. Of course, I can’t leave out the inevitable punishment handed down to Alex Rodriguez but it’s not all gloomy in the world of New York baseball as former Mets pitcher Tom Glavine was voted into the Hall of Fame this week. 2014 has gotten off to an interesting and promising start for many of our teams and I can only hope it gets better from here. Now, here are your Monday morning links:

Brooklyn Nets: This chart at The Brooklyn Game breaks down the Nets hot start to 2014.

New York Knicks: Dan Favale of Bleacher Report discusses what the Knicks could possibly receive in return for Tyson Chandler.

New York Mets: Mike Petriello of FanGraphs talks about whether or not Stephen Drew is a good fit for the Mets.

New York Yankees: Rob Neyer of Baseball Nation knows what the Yankees should do about A-Rod, but do the Yankees?

New York Giants: Dan Graziano of ESPN New York lists the 7 things the Giants need to do this offseason.

New York Jets: David Wyatt of Gang Green Nation rounds up the experts’ predictions for the Jets’ 2014 draft picks.

New York Rangers: Sean Hartnett of CBS New York writes about the player he thinks is pulling ahead in the race for the Calder Trophy.

New York Islanders: Nolan Rich of Standing O Sports thinks moving the Islanders to Brooklyn will be a disaster.

U.S. Open: Never too early to buy your US Open tickets so check out Tennis Tours today!

Since the Super Bowl will be played in our city (kind of) in a few weeks, I’d like to get some reader feedback on a pretty simple question: What do you think will be the matchup for Super Bowl 48 at the Meadowlands? 

 

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