Lies, rumors, conjecture and partial truths. Such is the nature of the NBA draft, taking place tonight (Thursday) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Brooklyn Nets fans will have to wait until the end of Round 1 of tonight’s (Thursday) NBA draft, being held at the Barclays Center, the Nets’ home, to hear NBA Commissioner Adam Silver say, “With the 29th pick, the Brooklyn ...
“We’ve got to step up and be there mentally,” said New York Liberty guard Essence Carson after a dismal 80-63 loss to the Indiana Fever at Madison Square Garden last Friday.
Game 4 tonight (Thursday) of the NBA Finals should prove to be as competitive as the first three.
Being the coach of LeBron Raymone James, the undisputed best basketball player in the world, is a complex position.
Coach Bill Laimbeer said the New York Liberty is still a work in process, but he is glad that New York fans got to experience the team’s chemistry in the home opener, an 82-73 win over the Atlanta Dream.
When the 2014-2015 NBA season began, J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert, in their deepest phase of REM sleep, couldn’t have dreamed of being in the Finals as a teammate of the wondrous LeBron James.
It’s finally here! The NBA Finals, tonight (Thursday).
Some of the fastest distance runners in the world converged upon Central Park this past Saturday for the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K Race, which included 7,885 runners in total.
It’s been a hard fought, somewhat disappointing preseason for the New York Liberty.
The heat surrounding the FIFA organization after the corruption charges were announced finally got too much for FIFA President Sepp Blatter to handle. After 17 years, Blatter announced he would resign his position.
The comparisons are becoming more intense and plausible now.
He could have been living in the New York metropolitan area, pondering his first year as the New York Knicks’ head coach.
With the NBA combine finished, Brooklyn native Dakari Johnson is gearing up for the NBA draft. Johnson, a McDonald’s All-American and former Kentucky Wildcat center...
Having spent most of her life on the West Coast and all of her WNBA career playing in the Western Conference, veteran guard Candice Wiggins is excited to be playing with the New York Liberty in 2015.