Harlem Week sports events

Harlem has always held a rich sports history that people within the community gravitate toward.

Liberty off to their best start since 2001 as they win a hustle game in Seattle

Tina Charles (30 points) led the Liberty to a 81-77 on-the-road win in Seattle.

Liberty rising across WNBA land and on the road

“Games like this in the middle of the season … if you can find a way to grind it out, at the end of the season, you look at your standings and it makes you a playoff team or it ...

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar speaks out about female body shaming

“Body shaming Black female athletes is not just not about race,” said NBA Hall of Famer, six-time NBA champion and multi-time Most Valuable Player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. “Body shaming is a misogynist idea. We need to re-think our ideals of female ...

Will this be Giants coach Tom Coughlin’s last training camp?

A seeming rite of the summer for those who follow and are affiliated with the New York Giants is speculating on the job security of head coach Tom Coughlin.

No ticker-tape parades for the failing Big Apple teams

The ticker-tape parade along the Canyon of Heroes (Broadway in lower Manhattan) for the U.S. women’s soccer team brings to mind the number of sports teams that are here in New York, how often parades have been given for them ...

Chelsea Greyhounds Junior Olympics-bound

Track and field is a unique sport that has a series of different events, showcasing an individual’s skill set in running, throwing or jumping.

Haters bash while Serena Williams celebrates latest victory

“We have watched [Serena Williams] grow from a baby girl in her sister’s shadow to a grown woman standing in her own light,” said TV host Melissa Harris-Perry in support of the world-renowned athlete, who has received an enormous white ...

Wendell Haskins: The Original Tee Golf Classic

For years, many have wondered why there hasn’t been greater numbers of African Americans in golf. Original Tee creator, Wendell Haskins, offers insight to this, and how his tournament continues to be a vessel, making a difference.

The NBA free agency period was like a baller’s Candy Land

Meeting legendary NBA baller Gus Williams the same week that the NBA begins its annual free agency pageantry was a statement of then and now, a before and after.

Phil making moves, but are they going in the upward direction?

Depending on the lens through which one views the Knicks’ transactions thus far this summer, opinions will be mixed.

Does the big market matter?

Athletes of past decades playing in big markets such as Los Angeles and New York held favorable advantages in securing endorsements and garnering widespread media attention.

WBO attacks: Mayweather should hang it up

The time is now. Floyd Mayweather should hang the gloves up once and for all.

Swin Cash helping to propel a youthful Liberty team

After an outstanding, hard-fought road victory over the Chicago Sky last week, the New York Liberty players had a few days off before returning to their training base in Westchester, N.Y.

Laila Ali to be inducted into Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame

Saturday, July 11, the International Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame will host its annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.