The Raz: Giants Fans Be Concerned, Very Concerned

English: Chris Snee and Shaun O'Hara.

English: Chris Snee and Shaun O’Hara. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Marc Rasbury

The New York Giants offense has not been a model of consistency this preseason. But then again, traditionally, they have never looked spectacular prior to opening day during the Coughlin era. Continue Reading →

The Raz Report: The Giants Stand Tall

English: Michael Strahan during a post superbo...

English: Michael Strahan during a post superbowl parade. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By Marc Rasbury

Canton, Ohio was turned into the Land of the Giants this past weekend. Between Michael Strahan’s induction into the NFL Hall of Fame and the current Giants defeating the Buffalo Bills, 17-14, in their first preseason action, Big Blue fans left Canton feeling on top of the world. Continue Reading →

Phil Jackson Finally Lands His New Head Coach

phil-jackson-derek-fisherBy Marc Rasbury

After being jilted by his first choice, New York Knicks Team President Phil Jackson got his man in ex-Oklahoma City point guard Derek Fisher. Continue Reading →

The Marc Rasbury Show: NY’s Jets & Giants, the Yankees Red Sox and More

Join host Marc “the Rass” Rasbury as he talks about sports today: life after the London 2012 Olympics; the NY Yankees don’t wear Red Sox; the NY Giants predicts for 2012, the NY Jets quarterback soap opera, and the Harlem summer basketball tournaments with SlamJam, Rucker and YES’s SmartBall leaques.

Listen to the conversation today right here at 3 pm today. Continue Reading →

Butch Lewis, More than a Promoter

By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury

With the all of the NFL lockout news dominating the sports airwaves of late, the death of the flamboyant boxing promoter, Butch Lewis, flew under the radar screen this week. But this in no way should diminish the impact this man had on the world of boxing and the entertainment industry. Continue Reading →

The Raz: Tale of Two Shortstops

By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury

It is funny how fortunes can change in a (Harlem) New York minute. Two years ago, Derek Jeter was the King of New York while his Mets counter part, Jose Reyes, was being labeled an enigma. Jeter was leading the Yanks to their 27th World Series Championship whereas Reyes was nursing what was originally diagnosed as a hamstring strain that eventually turned into a year-long rehabilitation stint.

Now Reyes is being mentioned among the NL MVP candidates and some folks are trying to run Jeter out-of-town. In all fairness, it is not right to compare Jeter and Reyes at this stage of their careers. Continue Reading →