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Video: Rosenberg Checks in on The Cypher

Peter checks in on The Cypher, the band that will be performing during the upcoming Noisemakers event with Q-Tip at the 92nd St. Y next Wednesday.


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22 Responses to “Video: Rosenberg Checks in on The Cypher”

  1. cOLD Says:

    fish dicks

  2. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    you can say youre part of my band the GRAND UNION

  3. AmpGeez a.k.a. Fuck Yo' Thoughts Says:

    Iverson has never been accused accurately of making the players around him better.

    Iverson didn’t bring out the best or worst in Carmelo Anthony in Denver. The two stars simply co-existed.
    =================================
    Real talk, but again, he wasn’t Jordan. Slot him into Ray Allen’s spot on Boston & he wins a ring, plain & simple.

  4. Big Homie Says:

    I think I am going to be uncomfortable ordering fish sticks or fish and chips when I go out now

  5. Big_seth Says:

    # Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:
    April 9th, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    you can say youre part of my band the GRAND UNION
    ^^

    WHO ME

    *smiles gleefully*

    ADM ADM!!

    jk

  6. cmac Says:

    Lyfe Jennings > Rick Ross

    In terms of overall street cred gained after time spent inside of a prison

  7. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    mediafire.com/download.php?yzjdgtnlyul

    ^^^^
    I will let that shit play the back on my next FuxTv clip

  8. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    Real talk, but again, he wasn’t Jordan. Slot him into Ray Allen’s spot on Boston & he wins a ring, plain & simple.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    nope

  9. FaMs! Says:

    Carlton Banks > Rick Ross

    …nigga pulled the mag out on will and said “I’m going to shoot somebody”

  10. MadeInMilwaukee....since1979 Says:

    *does stanky leg into new post*

    *pulls hammy*

    *limps out with head down*

  11. cozy Says:

    iverson is no Ray Allan he is not a team player put him on Boston an he gonna cry he ant no Paul P NOR rAY HE CANT SHOT LIKE THEM FOR IVERSON TO GET 30 PTS HE SHOOTING 50 SHOTS!!!!!1 He need to learn to play the role. The best place for Iverson is the Bobcats with Coach Brown who can make Iverson play Defense

  12. cozy Says:

    iverson is no Ray Allan he is not a team player put him on Boston an he gonna cry he ant no Paul P NOR rAY HE CANT SHOoT LIKE THEM FOR IVERSON TO GET 30 PTS HE SHOOTING 50 SHOTS!!!!!1 He need to learn to play the role. The best place for Iverson is the Bobcats with Coach Brown who can make Iverson play Defense

  13. R.J.Orion Says:

    Real talk, but again, he wasn’t Jordan. Slot him into Ray Allen’s spot on Boston & he wins a ring, plain & simple.

    —————–

    thats insanity … Ray Allen is a classy professional, who works diligently at being a good man and a good teammate … AI is none of that … look at AI’s career FG percentage … he was always a volume scorer … and always a burden to the team concept … never a good look for an alleged point guard … AI would be doing the same thing Marbury is doing in Boston … carrying Rajon Rondo’s weed, and fighting for crumbs with Eddie House …

  14. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    Here’s what’s wrong with high school, AAU, college and professional basketball.

    Lance Stephenson is a 6-5 senior at Lincoln HS in New York, and one of the best schoolboy players in the country. But he’s strictly a one-man show, who always insists on dominating both the ball and every spectator’s attention. Mark him down for lots of points and sensational plays, as well as plenty of ill-advised shots and turnovers. Plus, every mistake he makes is somebody else’s fault.

    Stephenson was featured on the cover of SLAM when he was 14, was the star of an online reality show, and has been celebrated as the epitome of a hip-hop hoopster.

    Which is all well and good, except that the kid also happens to be a jerk.

    Last fall, Stephenson was arrested on a Class B misdemeanor charge of sexually harassing a 17-year-old girl on the school grounds. Midway through his junior season, he was involved in an in-school altercation with a teammate that drew blood.

    The outcome of his arrest has not yet been decided, but Stephenson was suspended from school for five days (and two ball games) for the fight.

    OK, youngsters sometimes get into trouble. But consider his behavior late last month during a game in upstate Glens Falls, N.Y., that matched the Big Apple’s public school champions (Lincoln) vs. the private school champs (Rice).

    Late in the first half, Stephenson executed a power dunk, but instead of letting go of the rim he chose to swing-and-sway to emphasize his accomplishment. This led to one of the refs’ tooting him for a technical foul, which under local rules simultaneously counts as a personal foul — Stephenson’s third.

    Much to Stephenson’s displeasure, his coach, Dwayne Morton, quickly — and appropriately — yanked him from the game. Stephenson responded by loudly cursing the coach — something he’s done all season-long — and sitting himself on the floor beyond the end of Lincoln’s bench. Still cursing.

    Morton has put up with his star’s antics for two reasons:

    The kid’s extremely talented and has helped Lincoln to four straight PSAL championships.
    Like most very successful high school coaches, Morton is undoubtedly yearning to graduate into a college job.
    Rice won the game 77-50, with Stephenson — the state’s career scoring leader — scoring only 14 points.

    According to reports, if Stephenson doesn’t choose to pursue a hefty contract overseas — good riddance! — he’ll pick Kansas, St. John’s or Maryland as his next stop.

    But why would any self-respecting college coach want anything to do with Stephenson?

    Especially since he’ll only be around campus for one season before declaring for the NBA draft.

    Just what the NBA needs — another spoiled, self-indulgent, knuckleheaded player who thinks he already belongs in the Hall of Fame.

    So what’s wrong with the game?

    Too many colleges recruit players on the basis of their talent. Ditto for the NBA’s draft process. And hardly anybody recruits/drafts on the basis of a player’s character.

    The truth that so many recruiters/drafters don’t get is that talent and character are not always mutually exclusive.

  15. cmac Says:

    ^Thats what u get

  16. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    my bad EsKargo

  17. cmac Says:

    Iverson damn near ruined my team. I want Chauncey back

  18. cmac Says:

    ving rames in baby boy….
    too funny
    wow

  19. Farouq (ya thats my government) aka Nah’s Ving Rames in Baby Boy Says:

    *daps Cmac* Alot of old heads coming thru

  20. Geronimo P aka Chase Says:

    Too many colleges recruit players on the basis of their talent. Ditto for the NBA’s draft process. And hardly anybody recruits/drafts on the basis of a player’s character.

    ^Thats their job. Good manners and proper behavior does not win ball games and fill stands and generate revenue. Good players with skills do. While i understand that stephenson may be a dickhead, he’s nice, which is why they let him get away with shit.

  21. cmac Says:

    *receives dap
    *raises fist to return dap
    *returns dap

    *dap complete

  22. cmac Says:

    this is mac’s life, no compromise, no compass comes with this life, just eyes

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