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Boys High ball players reunite

If you’ve ever wondered why New York City is recognized as “the Mecca of Basketball,” you would have found multiple reasons Saturday afternoon as Boys High alum gathered in Manhattan to celebrate their great legacy of basketball.

Bowles has a simple game plan for the Jets’ preseason

With just two weeks into their official training camp, the New York Jets suit up tonight, Thursday, in full pads, at Metlife Stadium against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Victor Cruz clings to hope as injuries persist

Victor Cruz’s arduous and circuitous journey from high school football star in Paterson, N.J., to academic casualty at the University of Massachusetts, where he ultimately found redemption, to NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver and A-list celebrity is well documented.

U.S. women dominate in early Olympic play

As expected, the U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team dominated its opening games in Rio. Sunday, the U.S. team won a historic victory over Senegal 121–56. It was the largest number of points and largest margin of victory for any team ...

Longtime ESPN anchor John Saunders dies

John Saunders, the sports anchor whose baritone voice was a fixture on ESPN programming for 30 years, has died, the network announced Wednesday. He was 61.

Gymnastics: Team USA and Simone Biles take team gold

The first set of results is in, and it's confirmed: The US women's gymnastics team is that good.

Usain Bolt: I'll win all three gold medals at Rio 2016

Usain Bolt, the most decorated sprinter of all time, is oozing with confidence as he edges closer to realizing his "Triple-Triple" gold medal dream at the Olympic Games in Rio.

Will Olympiad games overshadow their problems?

When the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Olympics begin tomorrow night, Friday, Aug. 5 in Rio De Janeiro, the Olympic-size problems and controversies that have plagued the preparation for this season’s games are now mostly behind them, but there’s still ...

Ashleigh Johnson set to make history in Rio

Hillary Clinton made history when she became the first woman to accept a nomination for president of the United States for a major political party. Now Ashleigh Johnson is another American woman poised to make history.

Team USA dominates in exhibition games

U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team coach Geno Auriemma said when he was planning the team’s exhibition schedule, he knew he wanted to end at Madison Square Garden.

Jerry Reese and Ben McAdoo raise the Giants’ bar

Super Bowl 51, scheduled for Feb. 5, 2017, at NRG Stadium in Houston, is still six months away.

The Jets train for a competitive season

Jets training camp has begun. Their quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is signed. Defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson is signed.

City Parks Foundation’s free summer golf program for NYC youth

City Parks Foundation welcomes NYC youngsters to stay active in parks throughout New York City via their 2016 Summer Sports Program for young people.

Rebuilt Giants optimistically open training camp

Tom Coughlin didn’t want to go. For certain he didn’t want to end his 12-year tenure as the New York Giants head coach with three straight losing seasons, in which the Giants had a combined record of 19-29, three consecutive ...

Jets camp is now open but who’ll QB this team?

Imagine if the New York Jets opened their training camp yesterday, anytime this week or in the immediate future with a statement from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick that had sampled a portion of Muhammad Wilkerson’s enamored words, written after securing a ...