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Five on Three: February 25th - Trouble in Chi Town

by Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro, Brendan Bowers

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In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Brendan Bowers discuss the injury to Patrick Kane and how it'll affect the Blackhawks, and also about the possibility of expanding the playoffs to 20 teams. They also look at the three local teams: the Rangers' recent success without Lundqvist, the Isles thriving through their youngsters and the Devils possibly making the playoffs? 

Westchester Knicks fall to Maine 99-81

by Luke Palmer

Photo Courtesy of Luke Palmer 

The Westchester Knicks faced off against the Maine Red Claws Saturday night, losing the battle 99-81. The Knicks were without their top scorers in F Thanasis Antetokounmpo (Quad) and C Darnell Jackson (Achilles) along with court general G Andre Barett (tooth). Newly acquired G Doron Lamb who won a National Championship with the Kentucky Wildcats in 2012, put on a show scoring 27 pts on 9-17, with 5 rebounds and 3 assists. F/C Ben Strong added 17 rebounds along with 10 points in the loss as well for the Knicks. Red Claw Omari Johnson put up 30 points and 14 rebounds for Maine. 

FUV FC - February 20: A Winter World Cup

by Kris Venezia, Martin McCormack, Aniello Devita
World Cup.

Choo Yut Shing, Flickr

FIFA has announced plans to hold the 2022 World Cup in the colder months because of the hot Qatar summer heat. The announcement has drawn speculation from many leagues around the world (especially in Europe) as to how the domestic leagues will rearrange their schedules. The crew discusses the possibility of a World Cup in November and December. The gang also reflects on the first four games of the Champions League round of 16 and upcoming matches this week. 

Five on Three: February 18th- Stadium Series

by Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack, Tara Sledjeski

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On this week's Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack and Tara Sledjeski discuss the recent surge of the L.A. Kings and if they have turned the corner from their most recent sruggles. They also discuss the upcoming Stadium Series' game between the Kings and Sharks, and take a look at the potential for a Rangers-Islanders playoff series and what is going on in New Jersey.

Source: Dallas Frontrunner for Stoudemire

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr/Keith Allison

After reportedly reaching a buyout agreement with Knicks Sunday, Amar'e Stoudemire could soon be joining a contender.

A league source told WFUV that the Dallas Mavericks are the frontrunner to land Stoudemire at this point in time, after reports had surfaced this week that they'd be one of the leading candidates. He could be in uniform when the NBA starts back up on Thursday.

Stoudemire's buyout comes in the fifth in final year of his contract with the Knicks, with whom he averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds per game.