Knicks aren’t tanking, but rapidly improve their draft status 

After losing to the Portland Trailblazers Tuesday night on the road 111-87, the Knicks were 24-41 and markedly improving their draft status.

Chamique Holdsclaw celebrates her NYC roots with WBHOF honors

She honed her game on the courts of New York City and went on to glory in college and the WNBA.

Monroe asserts its presence on national stage

Monroe College women’s track and field finished in eighth place at last weekend’s 2018 NJCAA Indoor Track and Field National Championships in Lubbock, Texas.

St. John’s and Georgetown opens the Big East tournament at the Garden

If you’ve wondered why the Knicks and Rangers are still on the road, it’s because the Big East Men’s Basketball Tournament has once again taken over Madison Square Garden, from Wednesday (yesterday) through Saturday, the night of the Big East ...

ACC basketball features defending champions Duke and UNC in Brooklyn

It’s unfortunate that next year will be the last year that the Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Tournament will be hosted here in New York City, in Brooklyn

Michigan Wolverines cut down Big Ten nets at Madison Square Garden

The Michigan Wolverines outlasted the field of 14 qualifiers to win the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament Sunday held at Madison Square Garden.

South Shore, Curtis, Jefferson and Cardozo reach the Final Four

The top four seeds in the PSAL Boys’ Varsity Basketball AA Division reached the semi-finals with wins this past Saturday at Lou Carnesecca Arena on the campus of St. John’s University.

Will the Bronx’s Saquon Barkley be the Giants’ man?

At the NFL Combine, held last week and early this week, former Penn State running back Saquon Barkley cemented his standing as the most dynamic and complete offensive player entering next month’s draft.

Right time or not, the Big Ten hosts tournament Garden games

With the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament being held at Madison Square Garden until Sunday, the ACC coming to Barclays Center next Tuesday and the Big East taking over the Garden’s court next Wednesday, you’d think that New York City ...

College basketball’s pay for play is business as usual

It is common knowledge for those associated with college basketball or astute followers of the sport that players, family members and/or nefarious sources claiming to represent student-athletes have long been recipients of money, cars, jobs, housing, lavish vacations, jewelry and ...

CSI sustains winning tradition with CUNYAC Championship

When T.J. Tibbs was named head coach of the College of Staten Island men’s basketball last July, he was acutely aware of the college’s winning tradition.

Brooklyn College wins CUNYAC title

It was a win long in the making. Friday, Brooklyn College women’s basketball won its first City University of New York Athletic Conference Championship in 38 years with a 59-50 victory over the College of Staten Island.

Knicks look to the future as veterans accept new roles

The 24-38 Knicks have only 20 games remaining in a season that has been absent tangible progress resulting from a number of seen and unforeseen factors.

Despite the Brooklyn Nets’ losses, there has been a positive

Before we address the Brooklyn Nets ending their losing streak and possibly starting a new one, the upcoming West Coast road trip, and their struggles in general, let’s note that rookie center Jarrett Allen’s sky dunk over the Chicago Bulls ...

Monroe and Brooklyn Collegiate win PSAL playoff openers

The Public School Athletic League boys basketball programs began their quest for coveted city titles Tuesday as the playoffs got underway.