LeBron James won't be among the guests staying at the Trump SoHo hotel.
The constant chorus calling in to talk radio and tirelessly posting on social media last January demanding the Giants fire Jerry Reese, the franchise’s senior vice president and general manager, took on a cultlike existence.
Stories this season describing the play of the New York Jets have revolved around common themes of how they could have won games that were lost; have they, or will they, turn the corner; and the more popular ones, the ...
Now fully recovered from a torn ACL, Monroe College point guard Shania “Shorty” Johnson is having a phenomenal season.
When the Brooklyn Nets step onto the Barclays Center gym floor tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks, they should do so with chips on their shoulders, and a renewed spirit and confidence that a win or wins give you.
Monday night at Madison Square Garden, Derrick Rose confronted what for many is an unnerving image of his former self in the person of Russell Westbrook.
Tiger Woods will turn 41 Dec. 30. His days as one of the greatest golfers of all time, if not the greatest, have long past. Severe back and knee injuries have minimized his amazing gifts.
The subject of equal pay in tennis was very much in the headlines early in 2016 thanks to the much criticized comments of former pro Ray Moore.
The intense stare and the fierce will to win have likened him to a gladiator, but will Tiger Woods's comeback gets the thumbs up from the jury?
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was greeted with a chorus of boos Sunday when he took the field at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
As I watched the Bronx Giants play football Saturday afternoon on Evander Childs High School’s field in the Bronx, I couldn’t help but remember the days of when the Black Spades hung around there.
Tuesday night, Knicks president Phil Jackson reclined in his customary seat at Madison Square Garden near center court, approximately 25 feet behind the scorer’s table.
Without being there for every game, it’s kind of hard to judge, but except for three out of four losses, the Brooklyn Nets first West Coast road trip this season should not have been that bad—not grueling at all.
After three successful seasons the last two of which concluded with trips to the NCAA Tournament, the Seton Hall University Pirates have high expectations.
This holiday season, there’s much less for the New York Jets to be thankful for, but their wish list grows.