Declaration of ACC Tournament Week in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams kicked off the week of the 2017 New York Life ACC Tournament festivities by proclaiming March 6-11 to be ACC Tournament Week in Brooklyn.

James and Ciprès head to World Championships

After their bronze medal performance at the 2017 European Figure Skating Championships in Ostrava.

Armory to host the New Balance Indoor Nationals

The New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in Washington Heights will once again be a focal point of the sport’s cognoscenti

Queens College heads to NCAA Tournament determined to succeed

This season has been remarkable for Queens College women’s basketball: a national ranking in the top 10, a 16-game winning streak and unprecedented honors for senior guard/forward Madison Rowland, who was named East Coast Conference Player of the Year.

Knicks won’t look back to what could have been

The Knicks’ impressive 113-105 road win over the Orlando Magic Monday was a glaring reminder that they could have been and should be in a much better tangible state than they are today.

Nets improvements may or may not result in wins

The wins didn’t clinch the Brooklyn Nets one of the eight Eastern Conference playoff spots.

ACC and Big East bring competitive basketball back to NYC 

As bad as Georgia Tech played during the early minutes of their opening round match against Pittsburgh in the 2017 ACC Tournament held this week at Barclays Center, it’s amazing that they were only down by three at the half, ...

Brooklyn reigns as Lincoln and Jefferson advance to PSAL finals

The dominance of Brooklyn basketball in the PSAL AA division will have another chapter written Saturday at noon when Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson meet for the city championship at Madison Square Garden.

Bowles’ tenure with Jets in question, and WBC beats spring training

In a matter of 17 weeks, Jets head coach Todd Bowles’s fortunes dramatically changed from being a promising head coach in the NFL’s largest market to a man seemingly on borrowed time.

Knicks begin transition in the midst of homestretch

The frustration and toll of a challenging season was fixed on Knicks head coach Jeff Hornacek’s face as he stood behind a podium in an interview room at Madison Square Garden Monday.

Players respond to Candice Wiggins’ WNBA allegations

“When I first read the comments from retired WNBA player, Candice Wiggins, I was stunned and disappointed,” wrote WNBA president Lisa Borders in her statement about an article in which Wiggins, a member of the New York Liberty in 2015, ...

Our attention gets diverted from stories of interest

If it wasn’t for our freshman President Donald Trump commanding all of the headlines and our attention, there would be less of a diversion from notable back-page headline stories that warrant our attention.

Rucker Park 50th anniversary

Sports achievements are always in need of reflection.

Cardozo upset, Jefferson rolls in PSAL playoffs

Ron Naclerio may be the winningest boys coach in PSAL history, but the head coach for Benjamin Cardozo High School won’t add to his total of nearly 800 victories this season.

College of Staten Island wins CUNYAC Championship

“We forced teams to play our style of game—fast, quick, pressured and up-and-down constantly,” said Tim Shanahan, head coach of College of Staten Island women’s basketball, which won the CUNYAC Championship for the first time since 2005.