Brooklyn dominates CUNYAC play

The Brooklyn College Bulldogs know what it means to be oh-so-close to winning it all.

Brooklyn’s Alyssa Sandy runs personal best 55-meter hurdles in 8.0

Thousands of girls and young women, from Georgia to Massachusetts, competed at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn this weekend at the third preliminary meet of the nation’s largest track and field series for women.

1976 Olympic champion Howard Davis Jr. joins ancestors

Diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer one week before his 59th birthday last year, Howard Edward Davis Jr. bravely battled its debilitating effects before eventually transitioning onto the ancestral realm at his Plantation, Fla. Residence, Dec. 30 at 9:17 p.m., ...

Knicks starting to stick

Confidence, trust and synergy are elements the Knicks, with a roster that was nearly completely overhauled last summer, didn’t adequately possess through the first two months of the season.

Lawrence Phillips, imprisoned ex-NFL rusher, dies in suspected suicide

Lawrence Phillips, an imprisoned former NFL running back who was awaiting trial on charges of killing his cellmate last year, died Wednesday morning after being found unresponsive in his prison cell, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said.

Jets went to a football party,but didn’t receive any gifts from Rex

The New York Jets got us to buy in, and then let us down.

Serena Williams: World No.1 pulls out of Hopman Cup matches due to injury

After a majestic 2015, Serena Williams' new season got off to a stuttering start after she withdrew from Monday's Hopman Cup matches due to a minor knee injury.

The up and down Nets need a dose of consistency

Last Monday, Dec, 14: Orlando Magic 105, Brooklyn Nets 82. Brooklyn’s 17th loss of the season.

Pressure mounts as Giants continue to crumble

Maybe it was asking too much for the Giants’ defense to be immovable or at least resolute, as their game versus the Carolina Panthers, a 38-35 loss, wound down to its final seconds this past Sunday.

Jets know one loss will destroy their playoff hopes

Nine weeks ago, the New England Patriots, the defending Super Bowl champions, defeated the New York Jets 30-23 in New England—a game that Jets fans think they should have won.

Knicks struggling in stellar Eastern Conference

After a laborious 107-99 loss to the athletically superior Orlando Magic at home Monday night, which ended their four-game winning streak, the Knicks were 14-15 when they began a three-game road trip Wednesday evening against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Seton Hall attracting national attention

At 10-1 heading into Christmas break, the women’s basketball team of Seton Hall University had plenty to celebrate.

PHOTOS: The Armory Inducts 2015 class to the Hall of Fame

Members of the 2015 class at the Armory receive a major honor.

NBA All-Star Voting 2016 is all set

The National Basketball Association and Verizon has tipped off NBA All-Star Voting 2016.

Who are these people putting Kristaps Porzingas in the Hall of Fame?

Please! The debate ends here: Carmelo Anthony or Kristaps Porzingis?