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MSG unveils studio at hospital

Adam Graves, right, celebrates along with teammate Russ

Adam Graves, right, celebrates along with teammate Russ Courtnall after Graves scored the game-winning overtime goal in Game 5 of the 1997 Eastern Conference semifinals to eliminate the Devils. (Credit: AP Photo)

Let's end our blogging week with something positive and uplifting, shall we?

As I write this, there is an event going on at the NYU Langone Medical center where MSG - as part of a Garden of Dreams initiative - is unveiling a mobile studio for children at the hospital to use to interview celebrities, fellow patients, doctors, etc.

John Starks and Adam Graves are in the house for the ceremony.

The studio will remain at the center for the use of children there, with the content to be seen on the hospital's closed-circuit TV channel.

(MSG and Newsday both are owned by Cablevision.)

Isn't that nicer than talking about Steve Phillips and Internet pay walls and Chip Caray and Phil Hughes' pitch selection?

Have a lovely weekend, WatchDog Nation.

Enjoy Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals at 1 p.m. Saturday on ESPN Classic.

I missed most of that game. Was at my bachelor party in Manhattan. That's a story for another day.

Photo: AP

Tags: MSG

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