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World Cup Preview Part 3-My Picks for the World Cup

June 11, 2010 // 2 Comments

World Cup Preview Part 3-My Picks for the World Cup If all goes as planned in my group play analysis, which of course I am sure it will, well, because I am The Sports Rabbis the second round will look like this: Second Round France v. Greece-I will take the wily old group of Frenchman to take this [Read More]

World Cup Preview Part 2

June 10, 2010 // 0 Comments

World Cup Preview Part 2 Group E This group features Holland, Cameroon, Denmark & Japan Holland are the clear group favorites here. Hopefully a healthy Arjen Robben will spur this squad to unprecedented success which the Dutch have not experienced in a very long time. Cameroon’s Samuel [Read More]

World Cup Preview Part 1

June 9, 2010 // 2 Comments

World Cup Preview Part 1  The World Cup begins on Friday with host South Africa taking on Mexico. After 4 years the world is ready for another shot at Football Heaven. A month full of action, sweat, tears, ups and downs. Will Italy win back to back World Cups? Will South Africa make it out of the [Read More]

The Phenom-Stephen Strasburg

June 8, 2010 // 0 Comments

Stephen Strasburg, the phenomenal, the most talked about, the most highly anticipated debut, the man that will save the Nationals Franchise, the # 1 pick over all, the San Diego State alum, the pitcher with the  $15.1million dollar contract for 4 years, the guy who ripped up the minors will be on [Read More]

John Wooden-The Art of the Championship

June 7, 2010 // 2 Comments

John Wooden is the ultimate class act of any head coach of any sport in history. Period. Wooden’s record speaks for itself and his professionalism throughout his remarkable career is the benchmark that all coaches should be striving to reach. John Wooden coached the UCLA Bruins to 10 NCAA [Read More]

X-Factors

June 4, 2010 // 1 Comment

Ah, the X-Factors, yes, the X-Factors. What, who, where & when would the X-Factors come into play in the Lakers Vs. Celtics Series? Well I think we saw a whole bunch last night. After my trip to Safed I settled into some early morning NBA here in Jerusalem. And yes I was disappointed. Yes, I [Read More]

Heading to Safed

June 3, 2010 // 0 Comments

The Sports Rabbi is heading to the Holy City of Safed to spend the day visiting the many holy sages buried there as well as to enjoy the views of the town and enjoy the clean air that is in abundance! Briefly, Jim Joyce, ya. What can I say, please make sure you get it right the next time. Of [Read More]

The Sports Rabbi on the Radio!

June 2, 2010 // 0 Comments

The Sports Rabbi was on the Rusty Mike Sports Radio Show today and will be rerun between 2-4pm NY time & 9-11pm Israel time Thursday. Guests included Boxer Dmitry Salita, Tal Brody and Omri Casspi gives us his NBA Finals pick! [Read More]

The Value of a Game

June 2, 2010 // 2 Comments

The Value of a Game Following Roy Halladay’s 1-0 Perfect Game in Miami this past Saturday, The Florida Marlins have decided to make a little money from the event.  http://florida.marlins.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20100601&content_id=10674258&vkey=news_fla&fext=.jsp&c_id=fla [Read More]

Lakers vs. Celtics

June 1, 2010 // 0 Comments

Lakers vs. Celtics, I have the Lakers in 6. Why you ask? Simple, Kobe is on a revenge mission to get back at the Celtics for 2008. It’s as simple as that. What Kobe wants, Kobe gets. Kobe is the best player, the most versatile player, and the player with the most determination that will hit [Read More]
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