Golden State gets home early to prepare for the chip

The Golden State Warriors were good enough and talented enough to sweep through every round of the NBA’s Western Conference postseason since April 16 to be where they are today, home, preparing for nine days for the NBA Finals, which ...

Cavs one win away from a historic Finals rematch

When the Cleveland Cavaliers carried out an utter dismantling of the Boston Celtics on the road in Games 1 and 2 of the Eastern Conference finals by a total of 57 points, including a ridiculous 130-86 thrashing in Game 2, ...

Red Storm head to NCAA Regionals

The NCAA Outdoor Regional Championships take place today through Saturday in Lexington, Ky. Three members of the track and field team from St. John’s University will take part: Maya Stephens in the 400 meters, Adriana Wright in the 100-meter hurdles ...

Liberty dealt double blow

Up against the Minnesota Lynx, three-time WNBA Champions, the New York Liberty’s lack of cohesion coupled with an ailing Tina Charles led to a 90-71 loss.

Myron Rolle scores the ultimate touchdown

In a time when college and professional football is under intense scrutiny for its inherent violence and unethical practices by respective medical staffs, Myron Rolle may someday be at the forefront reshaping the game.

LeBron James versus Michael Jordan—The great debate

He’s labeled “the best basketball player in the world” and affectionately called King.

Today’s NFL players may one day dance with the stars

OTAs, the off-season training sessions implemented by NFL teams to help develop players and make them better has begun.

Odell Beckham Jr.’s star rises with new Nike deal

The Giants can only hope that Odell Beckham Jr. doesn’t experience the same fate as the Mets’ Matt Harvey.

Liberty win home opener, but Laimbeer displeased

“We can’t play like that and expect to compete for a championship,” said New York Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer after the team’s opening game of the 2017 WNBA season. Although the Liberty was victorious 73-64 over the San Antonio Stars, ...

Skill, not luck, will guide the Knicks’ course

Even Walt Frazier’s satirical splendor couldn’t move the basketball gods to elevate the Knicks into one of the top spots in the NBA Draft, which will be held June 22.

WNBA teams show continued commitment to community

WNBA teams and the league’s players have always been known for their community outreach. Last week, the New York Liberty stepped it up with all the players, coaches and management participating in a large-scale community initiative. The players were matched ...

Retirement of Jeter’s number brings back many memories

With all of the celebration, the pomp and the circumstance, the remembrances and wonderfully kind words this past weekend for retired New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, whose number is also now retired, I can’t help but be reminded of ...

Is Kaepernick being blackballed? Does Kaepernick want to play?

Blaine Gabbert’s signing with the Arizona Cardinals last week brings one question to mind: Is Colin Kaepernick being blackballed by NFL owners?

Greg Popovich persists in rejecting Donald Trump

As Donald Trump continues his political decompensation, prominent sports figures have been unwavering in lending their voice to the resistance of his authoritarian and regressive ideology that has placed American democracy and the well-being of the masses in peril.

The Celtics look to halt the Cavs’ march to the Finals

The runaway locomotive that is the Cleveland Cavaliers led by its motorman, LeBron James, has thus far obliterated everything in its path this postseason.