WNBA season heads to the finals

The WNBA Finals begin Sunday, with the three-time and reigning champion Minnesota Lynx heading to its fifth final in six years.

Brooklyn USA pays tribute to this year’s awardees

In keeping with tradition, the Brooklyn USA Athletic Association, Inc. once again held their annual awards dinner dance Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2, to recognize and honor those deserving of awards, and to present students with scholarship funds.

As injustices persist, sports leagues must confront growing player protests

The National Basketball Association, the National Football League and Major League Baseball have long been a bastion of wealthy white owners, almost exclusively composed of one-percenters whose social, economic and political influence have influenced nearly every facet of society.

With only four games completed, the Jets are at the crossroads

The first quarter of the NFL season is over. Except for the 3-0 Philadelphia Eagles (Can you believe that?) and the 2-1 Green Bay Packers, two teams coming off a bye week, each of the 28 NFL teams have played ...

The 2-2 Giants look for a turnaround in Green Bay

In the NFL, there is often a fine line between victory and defeat, being a playoff team or missing the postseason.

The Jets’ coach said what after their loss?

The New York Jets, a postseason hopeful, helped defeat themselves Sunday afternoon, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in a forgettable game for Jets’ fans, but a memorable, frameable victory for those who love Kansas City.

Giants prime for the Vikings after falling to Washington

The Giants were positioned to deposit Washington into a deep and perhaps lasting hole this past Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

Liberty season comes to an end

The WNBA debuted a new playoff format this year, with the first two rounds being single-game, one-and-done affairs. The New York Liberty had a bye to the second round, thanks to having the third-best regular season record in the league, ...

The new Brooklyn Nets: A focus on defense and chemistry

The Brooklyn Nets opened the team’s training camp this week, along with the other 31 NBA teams, to prepare for the upcoming 2016-17 season.

Knicks begin journey to the playoffs with upgraded but dubious roster

Hope springs eternal! For the Knicks this statement could indeed be one of their mantras as they commenced training camp Tuesday at the team’s training center in Greenburgh, N.Y., before continuing their preparation Tuesday at the United States Military Academy ...

‘RIO’ exhibit coming to Chelsea Market

Oct. 1, Ben Arnon, a New York City-based visual journalist, will be bringing his most recent work, entitled “RIO,” to New York’s Chelsea Market.

Kaepernick: 'Let's make America great again, for the first time'

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't hold back Tuesday when he was asked by CNN about the first presidential debate.

Serena Williams won't rush back after battling injuries in 2016

Serena Williams says she's sick and tired of playing at grand slams while injured.

Jets look to defeat Rex Ryan’s Buffalo Bills

The New York Jets are looking for their first win of the season. They’re also looking for their first win against former head coach Rex Ryan, and Ryan’s Buffalo Bills, their division rival.

After taking down the Cowboys, the Giants prime for home opener

It was only one game, but in the NFL, unlike the NBA’s 82-game schedule and Major League Baseball’s 162-game marathon, every game is crucial, especially those against division opponents. So the Giants’ 20-19 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on the ...