Brian Sausa

Brian Sausa

I am a 23-year old UAlbany Grad originally from Queens, New York. I enjoy discussing topics across a variety of sports. I also take a huge interest in US history and my favorite TV show is Family Guy.

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St. Francis Prep (Queens, NY) and SUNY Albany


Fifty told me go head and switch the style up and if they hate then let em hate and watch the money pile up..


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  • New York Knicks: Woodson Helped Put the Writing on the Wall
    Between the regression of the team and coaching, the Knicks are hard to watch. Mike Woodson was put in a spot to fail by the front office and again by his team as they started slow out of the gate. But he did nothing to change their bad fortunes
  • Is It Time for J.R. Smith to Start Regularly for New York Knicks?
    For the first time this season, J.R. Smith is playing basketball as Knicks fans hoped he would all season. Now that he's hot shooting the ball, Mike Woodson needs to insert Smith into the starting lineup with hopes of ending New York's sluggish starts.
  • Is It Time for J.R. Smith to Start Regularly for New York Knicks?
    For the first time this season, J.R. Smith is playing basketball as Knicks fans hoped he would all season. Now that he's hot shooting the ball, Mike Woodson needs to insert Smith into the starting lineup with hopes of ending New York's sluggish starts
  • Have the New York Knicks Revived Their Season?
    Mike Woodson and the Knicks have been forced into the smaller lineup by injuries. Sparked by the lineup change and Carmelo Anthony's 62 point game, New York has put together a four game win streak and looked like a different team in the process.
  • New York Knicks Must Consider All Options Regarding Carmelo Anthony
    It's imperative that the Knicks figure out what they want to do with their superstar. While trading for parts could set them up for a brighter future, trading him could mean settling for less than what you paid for him. What do the Knicks do?
  • New York Knicks Playing the Most Unforgivable Brand of Basketball
    It's become clear as the season has gone on that when things aren't going the Knicks' way, they ball up into a shell and go away. The total lack of energy, spirit and desire to compete goes away with their shooting and defense, leading to a 15-26 record.
  • Rex Ryan Should Coach 2014 New York Jets Without Any Extension
    The model for Jet success is 2014 is letting Rex Ryan coach for his life as he did in 2013. A contract extension of just one year is no help to either side and Ryan is better off gambling on himself for a bigger payoff moving forward.
  • Home-Court Disadvantage for New York Knicks
    It was just last season the Knicks were 10-0 at MSG en route to a 31-10 home record. My, how things change in a year. The Garden is no longer the fortress it was for New York a year ago and if anything is to improve, the results at home must change.
  • New York Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire Turning Back the Clock
    The lowly Knicks have needed something--anything, to help Carmelo Anthony and get this team on the right track. In a small sample, it has been Amar'e Stoudemire of all people, playing efficient and controlling in bigger minutes than we expected.
  • Mike Woodson Does Not Deserve to Be Fired by New York Knicks
    The Knicks have struggled early on in 2013-14, leading to speculation and request of the head coach's firing. I'm here to tell you the biggest problems the Knicks have should are not attributed to Mike Woodson and he doesn't deserve to go.
  • Inept New York Jets No Longer Look like Playoff Contenders
    It was only two weeks ago when the Jets were feeling confident about their position in the AFC. They were in a playoff spot and a game over .500, a place nobody expected them to be. However, after the last two games this team isn't worthy of playoff talk
  • Slow-Starting New York Knicks in Trouble Without Tyson Chandler
    Tyson Chandler will be out for a Knicks team that has been sluggish to open the campaign. Without anyone reliable to play starting center minutes, New York has some serious issues and just wants to tread water until they can get Chandler back.
  • Consistently Inconsistent New York Jets Are Legitimate Playoff Contenders
    Through nine weeks, nobody would have projected the Jets to be 5-4, let alone beat Tom Brady and Drew Brees in the process. Going into their week 10 bye, the Jets have every opportunity to make a playoff run and accomplish something few thought possible.
  • Four Keys to Success for 2013-14 New York Knicks
    Can the Knicks make a deeper run than last year? Can they even regain their Atlantic Divsision crown? We don't know yet, but here are a few important aspects of this Knicks team to look at heading into 2013-14.
  • No Asterisk on New York Jets Win Over Rival Patriots
    The Jets have been the beneficiaries of their opponents' mistakes, leading to two late game wins. It is supposed to be all about wins and losses, but now the legitimacy of gang green's wins are unfairly being brought into question.
  • New York Jets Have to Balance Flight as Schedule Gets Tougher
    The New York Jets are a surprise at 3-3 and have upside. However, they have not been a consistent team by any stretch. With the Patriots, Bengals and Saints waiting, they need to put it together if they want chances to win and stay relevant in the AFC
  • Geno Smith: What a Difference a Week Makes
    The latest chapter in the Geno Smith story was written with grace on Monday night in Atlanta as he led the Jets to an improbable late-game comeback victory. After turning the tide, he looks like a totally different quarterback we saw the week before.
  • Thoughts on New York Knicks Picking Up Coach Mike Woodson's Option
    Steve Mills' first order of business as president and general manager of the Knicks was to pick up the option on coach Mike Woodson's contract. This guarantees Woodson to be back beyond this year as they compete for another Atlantic division title.
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  • Geno Smith's Growing Pains Continue to Plague New York Jets, but He Still Needs to Play
    Here there are two of the Geno Smith argument. On one hand we have a rookie quarterback adjusting to the NFL while showing some positive signs. On the other, he is costing the Jets chances to win early in his career. How should we look at the Jets QB?
  • Should New York Jets Consider Benching Geno Smith?
    Originally, fans wanted Geno Smith because he was not Mark Sanchez. Now, he has shown signs of being a guy the Jets can go forward with but has made rookie mistakes. Should somebody else get a chance to start? Some in the Jets front office think so.
  • New York Knicks Rookie Tim Hardaway Jr. Has Expanding Role Heading into Season
    With injury and suspension keeping J.R. Smith out at the onset, Tim Hardaway Jr. will see important minutes behind starting shooting guard Iman Shumpert. The Knicks and thier fans hope to see the development of thier pick before their eyes at The Garden.
  • New York Knicks' Crowded Frontcourt Is an Important Work in Progress
    Although the Knicks were stagnant compared to other teams in free agency, there are still expectations from the fan base. Down low there are bodies to be played,minutes to be shared and production to be had. But how is this going to work?
  • Right Now, Knicks Are Still Kings of New York
    Too much respect has been given to a team that hasn't played a game together yet. The Knicks are the ones with the Atlantic division title, but in some circles will be handing it over quick. It's too soon to assume the Nets are new toasts of the town
  • Can Metta World Peace Help the New York Knicks?
    After being amnestied by the Los Angeles Lakers, Metta World Peace has his options open. He could be a player of interest for his hometown team, the New York Knicks. The question is, does he bring anything to the table that the fans at MSG want to see?
  • J.R. Smith Not the Odd Man Out in New York
    If J.R. Smith is to remain a Knick, he will have to take less money to do so. Both sides appear to want to keep him in New York. Despite their drafting of a shooting guard, Smith is not left out to walk away and remains a priority for New York.
  • 2013 NBA Draft: The New York Knicks Should Take Jeff Withey at No. 24
    The Knicks are in need of a backup center. With a late first round pick, it would not be a bad idea to go big and help out Tyson Chandler down low. Jeff Withey from Kansas models his game after Chandler's and could be a perfect fit in blue and orange.
  • New York Knicks Got It Right When They Brought Back Raymond Felton
    When Raymond Felton was brought back, there were doubts about whether it was the right move. Myself and experts alike thought the Knicks made a mistake but looking back at the season that just ended, he proved he can run point effectively for New York.
  • Should New York Knicks Make a Run at Kyle Korver?
    The 32-year-old sniper Kyle Korver is an unrestricted free agent. Verbally, he is open to returning to Atlanta, but it does not sound convincing. The Knicks offer up playing time and an offense for him to thrive in. Should New York take their shot?
  • New York Knicks Need to Bring Back Chris Copeland
    If the New York Knicks are smart, they will make a serious push to bring back 6'8" swanning Chris Copeland. They have no money to fill their holes. Cope loves being a Knick, wants to remain one and excelled on the floor when given the chance last season.
  • Should New York Knicks Fans Want Team to Re-sign J.R. Smith?
    The New York Knicks won 54 games en route to the Atlantic Division crown. J.R Smith was a huge part of that, but came up small in the playoffs. He wants to remain a Knick, and will take less money to do so. Should Garden faithful want him back?
  • Matt Harvey Shining for New York Mets but Needs Help in Rotation
    Matt Harvey is distinguishing himself as one of baseball's best young pitchers, but the Mets cannot get anywhere without help from the rest of the rotation. But the Dark Knight of Gotham cannot do it alone.

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