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Morning Coffee! Thierry Henry Debuts Today

Good morning, New York sports fans. Here is your first look at today's New York sports scene.

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  • French striker Thierry Henry will make his debut for the New York Red Bulls tonight in a "friendly" at Red Bull Arena against the Tottenham Hotspur. SB Nation New York will be there this evening, and our writers will also be sharing their thoughts on Henry throughout the day, so be sure to check back.
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  • After a 4-3, 14-inning loss to Arizona on Wednesday night New York Mets manager Jerry Manuel said he is "baffled" by his team's offensive struggles.
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  • Did Brett Gardner get Wally Pipp'd Wednesday afternoon in a 10-6 Yankee victory? No, but what unfolded after Gardner got tossed with an 0-2 in the seventh inning sure was entertaining. Rookie Colin Curtis stepped to the plate and bashed a three-run homer, his first in the big leagues. It also led to his first Yankee Stadium curtain call. Curtis called it "the thrill of a lifetime," and it was fun to see.
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  • Looks like New York Knicks' fans get to be put through another emotional few months as they dream about the possibility of Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony joining Amare Stoudemire. Hey, it sure beats worrying about Stephon Marbury and Zach Randolph.
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  • Speaking of the Knicks, it seems like Isiah Thomas is angling for a return to the organization. This can't be a good thing for the Knicks. 
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Since I have managed to mention Starbury, Randolph and Thomas I have to run this old, but hilarious, video.
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