Wilkerson and Fitzpatrick to remain Jets as the GM focuses on the draft?

In addition to choosing the right players in this year’s NFL draft, which begins tonight (Thursday), the New York Jets must intensify their efforts to sign quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, salary cap issues notwithstanding.

Giants look to add impact player with 10th pick in the draft

Dating back to 1937, the second year of the NFL draft, New York City has hosted the annual event 57 times at 18 different venues, including the Marriott Marquis and Radio City Music Hall nine times each and the Theater ...

Holdsclaw documentary debuts on Logo

Intensely private by nature, for years New York City basketball legend Chamique Holdsclaw suffered in silence as she dealt with issues of depression and bipolar disorder.

Eastern Conference playoffs

The first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs has been surprisingly competitive and gripping.

Spurs, Portland, Houston and Golden State run wild in the West

Sweeping the Memphis Grizzlies in four games, the San Antonio Spurs were the first team to close out their Western Conference playoff series, enabling an early return to Texas for rest and preparation for the second round.

Can LeBron get the Cavaliers to gel?

When the NBA playoffs began last weekend, the Cleveland Cavaliers were the prohibitive favorite to emerge from the Eastern Conference and make their second consecutive Finals appearance.

The top Western Conference seeds are sweeping through the first round

In a recent interview, the veteran San Antonio Spurs forward David West said, “It’s a whole new ball game in the playoffs.”

Liberty go big on draft day

The first pick of the 2016 WNBA draft surprised no one. As expected, the most decorated player in women’s college basketball, Breanna Stewart of the University of Connecticut, was selected.

Two indoor world records set during inaugural Armory NYC Indoor Marathon

Two new world records were rewritten Saturday afternoon, April 9, 2016, at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory during the Indoor World Record Challenge portion of the three-day inaugural Armory NYC Indoor Marathon.

Brooklyn honors Pearl Washington

Brooklyn honored Pearl Washington, its native son, at a heart-warming fast-break event led by Elmer Anderson, Washington’s former Boys High teammate.

Stewart and Reynolds make Sullivan Award history

There were firsts at the 86th annual AAU Sullivan Award, which was held at the New York Athletic Club this past Sunday.

Can Rambis really be the one to restore the Knicks to respectability?

The Knicks season has finally concluded, and now the heavy lifting begins for the franchise’s decision makers, led by owner James Dolan and team president Phil Jackson.

The Nets did show some fight as the season dwindled down

The 2015-16 NBA season is over in New York City, and for fans of New York basketball, it’s reached its lowest point.

Will Smith memorial: Saints to say goodbye to ex-NFL player shot dead

The New Orleans Saints will say goodbye to their former defensive end Will Smith following his shooting death during a traffic altercation.

Will Smith shooting: Suspect found out victim's ID next day, attorney says

The suspect in the shooting death of ex-NFL player Will Smith did not know who the victim was until the next day, according to a defense attorney.