#SSsports Chat Highlights 3/9/11

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, there are some highlights below. And, thanks to @alaskansurveyor, we have a photo of Alaska’s Mount Pilsbury (5790′) as our #SSsports picture! On the recent problems with the Miami Heat… @foczyzie: Bosh was overpaid, only big man on the team worth a damn and can’t drop a [...]

#SSsports Chat Topics 3/9/11

This has been a newsworthy week in sports. With the college basketball postseason starting and various gates and scandals occurring, tonight’s #SSsports chat ought to be quite interesting. As always, please follow the chat from the Twitter account @SusanShanChat. There is only one requirement: please hashtag all tweets with #SSsports. To find out more about [...]

Jeremy Hazell, Seton Hall Heating Up in Time for Big East Tournament

You could feel it in the air with 7:16 left in the game. The nervousness, the tension. The oh no, not again thoughts racing. The dread. Seton Hall had become all too familiar with the heartbreaking losses this season. They were up by seven against No. 23 Georgetown with seven minutes left, and lost by [...]

St. John’s 2010 Red Storm Tip-Off Experience

St. John’s 2010 Red Storm Tip-Off made me wish I had gone to a Division I school. The experience was an utter display of school spirit. While actual games unite the team and fans behind a common opponent, a school’s Midnight Madness has no opponent; it’s just one big party. It started with the introduction [...]

Sideline Reporter for St. John’s Midnight Madness

I will be the sideline reporter for St. John’s Midnight Madness on Friday, October 15. ESPN SportsCenter’s John Anderson is hosting the event. You can stream the event and my interviews live at //

Hot Fan: Jesseca, the Best Thing About Seattle Sports

Seattle sports fans have come upon hard times. Their NBA team got ripped from them, their MLB team fired their manager less than a month ago after compiling the second worst AL record to date, and their NFL team went a combined 9-23 the past two seasons. But, things are looking up. Although the Oklahoma [...]

Adam Himeno: Healthy and Revved Up For 2010

As soon as St. John’s forward Adam Himeno landed from a header last year, he knew what had happened. The third time was clearly not the charm as the pain in his right foot became dreadfully familiar. “I just knew from previous experience,” Himeno said. “It’s pretty frustrating to break my foot three times.” The [...]

Video Interview With St. John’s Point Guard Malik Stith

When I was on the St. John’s campus last week, one of the interviews I did was with sophomore point guard Malik Stith. He was friendly, humble, and really, pretty awesome. Check out the video interview below.

Love and Basketball: The Quick Rundown

The simple dream of a young child was this: to one day play in the NBA. What happened to that short Chinese girl with average hand-eye coordination when she realized her dream’s unlikelihood? Why, she moved from the court to the sidelines, of course. My love for this great game of basketball started as a [...]

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