The Knicks must have Plans A, B and C to rebuild the team

One must forgive long-suffering Knicks fans if they subscribe to the unwavering belief the franchise is cursed.

Coalition celebrates city’s sports equity legislation

Black and Latino public school students celebrated a hard-won victory in May.

Golden State must overcome injuries in order to win this championship

The Golden State Warriors MASH, triage and Emergency Room personnel have now become the most important component of this team, keeping their players bandaged and properly diagnosed to get them through these last two, three, or four games of the ...

How will the Raptors bounce back from Game 2 loss?

On Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the Toronto Raptors squandered a fortuitous opportunity at home to put the Golden State Warriors into a 2-0 hole best-of-seven series.

The Yankees continue to rise while the Mets’ fall persists

Every team in Major League Baseball should have the problems that are confronting the Yankees.

‘Making the Call,’ a historical documentary about Black basketball referees

Another season of summer league basketball is upon us. The NBA Finals are nearing their end. Teams and fans are anticipating the upcoming draft being held later this month.

John Hunter Memorial Camp Fund—Robert ‘Bob’ Douglass 47th annual Luncheon

As the gracious speeches came to an end on Sunday afternoon during the annual John Hunter Memorial Camp Fund Luncheon at Our Children’s Foundation on West 125th Street, Assemblywoman Inez E. Dickens,

Liberty still searching for first win

Although there are some nice things happening with the New York Liberty this season, thus far the team is missing the most crucial positive—a win.

Up2Us Sports honoree pays it forward

Former Division I basketball player and Yonkers native Tiffany Corselli has overcome obstacles in her life, including eviction and homelessness.

Students and families turn out for the eighth annual Uptown Games

The eighth annual Uptown Games held at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in Washington Heights this past Saturday, June 1, was more than an event to promote physical activity. It provided youth from Harlem and ...

Kawhi must carry a heavy load for Toronto to beat the Warriors

The NBA Finals begin tonight (May 30) in Toronto as the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors endeavor to win their third title in a row—and their fourth in the last five years—against the Eastern Conference champion Raptors, who are ...

Golden State is back—It’s their fifth consecutive NBA Finals appearance

The Golden State Warriors have been preparing for tonight’s opening game against the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Finals since Tuesday.

High school prospect opts for the alternative path, a non-traditional route to the NBA

In a shocking move to college basketball and the professional basketball community, high school senior and Top 5 prospect R.J. Hampton signed a contract this week to play for the New Zealand Breakers of the Australian National Basketball League.

Two NY locals to represent the U.S. at the Women’s U19 World Cup

It’s a busy and exciting time for Long Island native Celeste Taylor. On June 8, she graduates from Long Island Lutheran High School.

Amadou Gallo Fall named president of Basketball Africa League

With the proliferation of basketball over the past three decades as one of the world’s most popular global sports, Africa has produced some of the NBA’s most talented players as the game’s significance has grown there.