Penn State stands behind its players in response to racist letter

Bob Marley was one of the most inspirational and influential individuals of the 20th century.

Simone Biles nails two more amazing moves that will be named after her

The greatest gymnast of our time and probably ever, Simone Biles, has another two moves that will bear her name.

Darnold needs to be back out there, but not this Sunday

Jets quarterback Sam Darnold has been cleared to perform in non-contact activity. He began working out and throwing Monday, but without any physical player contact.

The Giants look toward the Vikings after two uplifting wins

NFL coaches break down their 16-game regular season into four game blocks. They also take a one-game-at-a-time viewpoint.

Young players delight in giving back to the community

Eight members of the Harlem Children’s Zone Promise Academy II junior varsity girls’ basketball team marked the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s day of service by reading to Pre-K students at the Harlem Head Start Gems.

WNBA Finals tied at 1–1

Playing on home court, the Washington Mystics took game one of the WNBA Finals 95–86 over the Connecticut Sun.

Even with veterans added, the Knicks still focus on their youth

The Knicks held their annual Media Day event this past Monday, Sept. 30, in front of the opening of training camp.

A record number of Black quarterbacks lead NFL teams this weekend

The Dallas Cowboys versus the New Orleans Saints. Prime time, national television this past Sunday night, Week 4.

Capitalistic NCAA fights against athletes’ financial freedom

On Monday, Gov.Gavin Newsome of California signed a bill into law that will allow college student-athletes to financially benefit from the capitalistic system that has afforded the organization billions of dollars in revenue

Not much was expected, but Jets still need to trend in right direction

There’s never been a declaration of any kind, by anyone that the New York Jets would be a playoff team this season.

It’s Act 2 for Daniel Jones after a sterling debut

It’s understandable why so many Giants fans are drunk with optimism after watching rookie quarterback Daniel Jones lead his team to a 32-31 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road this past Sunday in his first career start.

Game Changers conference sheds light on the diverse roles women play in sports

The subjects at this year’s Game Changers conference ranged from what it’s like to be a female sports agent negotiating on behalf of NFL and NBA players to the role of mentors to how participation in sports can change lives.

Sports Foundation holds 50th anniversary gala

he Sports Foundation, which has positively impacted the lives of countless New York City youth who have gone on to pay it forward as adults in numerous walks of life, held its 50th anniversary gala titled “Celebrating Our Angels” Thursday, ...

Knicks prepare for training camp without a big name star

Before they fell to the No. 3 spot in the NBA Draft Lottery in May, the Knicks, who had the worst record in the league last season at 17-65, maintained grand designs of being in the enviable position of holding ...

Connecticut Sun and Washington Mystics advance to WNBA Finals

Leaving nothing to chance, the Connecticut Sun came in hot in the WNBA semifinals, winning its series with the Los Angeles Sparks 3–0. The first two victories came on home court in Connecticut.