ESPN New York: Michael Kay
The Voice of the Yankees and host of YES Network's "Center Stage" brings his expertise and insight on New York sports to 98.7 FM listeners during their afternoon drive. The Bronx native's program gets you prepped for the evening's games while entertaining you with good-natured humor throughout.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/23
Jon Barry says it was Paul George's mistake that lost the game not Frank Vogel's. Lawrence Frank says you have to give Spoelstra and LeBron a ton of credit.
Lawrence Frank: 5/23
Lawrence Frank says you have to give Erik Spoelstra and LeBron James a ton of credit for those final plays.
Willie Randolph: 5/23
Willie Randolph says the Mets have to be careful not to shake Ike Davis' confidence if they send him down.
Jeremy Roenick: 5/23
NBC's Jeremy Roenick says it is a good thing that Brad Richards is a healthy scratch because the Rangers need some new life in the line-up.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/22
Marty Mornhinweg says Sanchez's challenge is to play at a high level consistently. David Robertson says they have all shocked themselves a little bit.
Marty Mornhinweg: 5/22
Jets OC Marty Mornhinweg says Mark Sanchez's challenge is to play at a high level consistently.
P.J. Carlesimo: 5/22
P.J. Carlesimo says the Knicks are a second tier team as presently constituted.
David Robertson: 5/22
Yankees P David Robertson says they have all shocked themselves a little bit with how well they have done.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/21
Chris Copeland says he wants to be a Knick but money is definitely a factor. Jim Boeheim says you can't blame Carmelo Anthony for the Knicks' isolation offense.
Jim Boeheim: 5/21
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim says you can't blame Carmelo Anthony for the Knicks' isolation offense.
Chris Copeland: 5/21
Knicks F Chris Copeland says he wants to be a Knick but money is definitely a factor.
Adam Graves: 5/21
Rangers executive Adam Graves says it is tough to get bodies in front of the net in this NHL because defensemen block shots so well.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/20
Walt Frazier says he was disappointed in Tyson Chandler being dominated by Roy Hibbert. Jeff Van Gundy says the Knicks lost this series in Round 1.
Walt Frazier: 5/20
MSG's Walt Frazier says he was disappointed in Tyson Chandler being dominated by Roy Hibbert.
Jeff Van Gundy: 5/20
Jeff Van Gundy says the Knicks lost this series because they did not close out the Celtics quickly.
Frank Isola: 5/20
NY Daily News' Frank Isola says this was a successful season but disappointing because they were a two seed.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/17
Chris Copeland says he credits the coaches for keeping him ready even though he didn't get a lot of playing time. What are some of Michael and Don's crutch words?
Chris Copeland: 5/17
Knicks F Chris Copeland credits the coaches for keeping him ready even though he didn't get a lot of playing time.
Walt Frazier: 5/17
MSG's Walt Frazier says the Knicks need to continue to move the ball around the perimeter.
Barry Melrose: 5/17
Barry Melrose says the Rangers' power play is hurting them. They spend energy and produce nothing.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/16
Mike Breen says Jason Kidd would be better off at least shooting and missing rather than continue to pass. Can the Knicks win Game 5?
Mike Breen: 5/16
Mike Breen says Jason Kidd would be better off at least shooting and missing rather than continue to pass.
Willie Randolph: 5/16
Willie Randolph says he can understand where Terry Collins was coming from but he phrased it completely wrong.
The Michael Kay Show: 5/15
Lawrence Frank says the Pacers are the better team because they are more balanced. What do the Knicks have to change? The Jets QB competition gets lighter.
Lawrence Frank: 5/15
Lawrence Frank says the Pacers are the better team because they are more balanced.
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