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Where do the Knicks fall in the East’s pecking order?

Already, many Knicks fans starving for a winning season are texting, emailing or calling this writer expressing optimism regarding the Knicks’ prospects this upcoming season.

Now’s the time for the Jets to improve in the win column

Out of the 12 NFL games that have been played so far by the three New York teams, the Jets, Giants and yes Buffalo, the team miles and miles away from the big city, there are a combined total of ...

The 1-3 Giants’ search for answers to improve stagnant offense

The emotions and perspectives of Giants players varied Sunday night in the team’s locker room at MetLife Stadium after a disappointing 33-18 loss to the New Orleans Saints.

WNBA honors landmark attorney

WNBA season might be done, but some of the league’s outstanding players as well as past greats of the game came together last week for the annual WNBA Inspiring Women Luncheon.

Hastings shines at inaugural Tea Time gala

Olympic teammates, former collegiate track athletes and future stars of the sport came together in New York last week to take part in the Natasha Hastings Foundation’s inaugural Tea Time gala, “An Evening of Empowerment.”

Knicks focus on building for the future

The New York Knicks, who faced the Nets last night (Wednesday) at Barclays Center, opened their 2018 season Monday—sort of—against the Washington Wizards.

Brooklyn’s preseason may be a good way to start it off

After summer workouts, pickup games and a full week of training camp, the Brooklyn Nets have finally suited up and opened the doors of the Barclays Center.

The Yankees were good, but they didn’t expect Boston to be better

When Yankee pitcher Luis Severino took the mound last night against the Oakland A’s, nothing else mattered but the nine innings of baseball, 81-plus strikes to total 27 outs facing them.

Black players poised to make an impact in the MLB playoffs

With Major League Baseball rosters comprised of only 8.4 percent Black players on opening day this past season, the postseason, which began this Tuesday, will have a noticeable lack of African-Americans on the field.

New Yorkers go golfing down South

Several New Yorkers attended a golf outing in Southern Pines, N.C. In total there were 180 golfers. They were from all over the United States.

The Giants offense awakens in a do or die win over the Texans

Coming into this season, there were high expectations for the Giants’ offense.

Knicks will be smart to take cautious approach with Porzingis

Today, Kristaps Porzingis is the jewel of the Knicks’ franchise.

Lapchick Character Award presented to NYC legend

As a young man, the late Solly Walker had great prowess in the sport of basketball and, in 1950 became the first Black player at St. John’s University, where he excelled and helped increase the team’s presence on the national ...

Nate ‘Tiny’ Archibald honored by his high school alma mater

In conversations about great New York City basketball players, the name Nate “Tiny” Archibald must automatically be mentioned.

Actions and reactions will more than determine success in this season’s East Conference

The 2018-19 NBA season is underway. Teams are officially in the gym practicing. Preseason games begin next week.