Category: The Michael Kay Show

Dee Milliner Isn’t Worried About Replacing Darrelle Revis, Feels Comfortable in Rex Ryan’s Defense

Monday, April 29th, 2013

The New York Jets started their rebuilding process under new GM John Idzik by drafting defense in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft. A week after trading Darrelle Revis, the Jets used the No. 9 overall pick on Dee Milliner. The former Alabama cornerback was regarded as the best ...

J.R. Smith is Honored to Win Sixth Man Award And Credits His Teammates for the Improvements in His Game

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

J.R. Smith is a changed man. The Knicks shooting guard came into this season being told he wasn't going to start, and that's when he decided to become a team player and change his attitude. All he did was average 18.1 points in 80 games, all off the bench. Smith had ...

J.R. Smith: I’m Tired of Being Told I’m an Inconsistent Player and I Wanted to Change That

Monday, April 8th, 2013

J.R. Smith is playing the best basketball of his career -- just ask the Knicks shooting guard. He admitted as much this past week. Smith is finally driving to the lane and drawing fouls. The strong play of Carmelo Anthony and Smith have fueled the Knicks' current win streak, which ...

Chris Canty: Ravens Believe They Can Repeat as Champions Despite Free Agent Losses

Monday, March 18th, 2013

Chris Canty was heartbroken to be a salary-cap casualty of the New York Giants this offseason. Well, he has found a new home with the Super Bowl-champion Baltimore Ravens. He signed a three-year, $8 million dollar contract that includes a $2 million dollar signing bonus. Canty will look to replace Cory ...

Chauncey Billups: If Knicks Could Have Kept Me and Added Tyson Chandler They Would Have Won a Championship

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Chauncey Billups was the unfortunate beneficiary of the New York Knicks amnesty clause in December of 2011. New York acquired Tyson Chandler in a sign-and-trade as part of a three-team deal and Billups and his $14.2 million contract did not count against the Knicks' salary cap coming off the NBA ...

Rick Nash is Becoming Comfortable in the Rangers’ System, Believes it’s the Players’ Option to Wear Visors on Their Helmets

Monday, March 11th, 2013

The Marc Staal injury reopened the debate on players wearing visors in the NHL. It's been the hot topic in professional hockey for the past week. Rick Nash is wishing Staal a speedy recovery. He has seven third-period goals this season and is putting the Rangers on his back right now. ...

Kenyon Martin: Carmelo Anthony has the Leadership to Lead Knicks to a Championship

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

The New York Knicks were looking to add a tough defensive presence in the paint to complement Tyson Chandler. Kenyon Martin is finally getting his chance. Rumors were swirling all season regarding Martin's chances of going to New York and the time was right. It's a 10-day contract for the power ...

Curtis Granderson Didn’t Originally Believe that His Forearm was Broken, But is Now Looking at the Positives

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

This sure isn't the way the New York Yankees wanted to start spring training after a turbulent offseason. Alex Rodriguez underwent hip surgery and steroid allegations. The Bronx Bombers lost a ton of home run power by letting Nick Swisher, Eric Chavez, Raul Ibanez and Russell Martin go. Now the ...

Carmelo Anthony Expresses No Doubt that the New York Knicks Can Still Beat the Miami Heat

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

The New York Knicks are playing .500 basketball over their last 26 games and, with the NBA's oldest roster, may have needed the All-Star break to rest more than any other team. New York sits at 32-18 at the halfway point, in first place in the Atlantic Division. Carmelo Anthony is averaging ...

Curt Schilling: Playing Against A-Rod Never Felt Genuine Because He Wanted the Same Respect as Derek Jeter Without Earning It

Friday, February 8th, 2013

During an ESPN Radio interview on Wednesday, Curt Schilling admitted that he was encouraged to use performance-enhancing drugs late in his career with the Red Sox by “former members of the organization” in the team’s clubhouse. The admission was another shocking blow to the world of baseball, but it's not ...