The Big East and Atlantic 10 lead the way here at tourney time

It’s tournament time. New York City is one of locales lucky enough to participate. Starting yesterday, there were two: the Big East being held at Madison Square Garden and the other, the Atlantic 10, being held at Barclays Center across ...

Columbia heads to its first Ivy League Tournament

It has been a hard fought and successful season for Columbia University women’s basketball. The team had hoped to finish regular season and Ivy League play with a flourish in its last two home games, but unfortunately that wasn’t the ...

Coronavirus increasingly impacts the world of sports

As the current strain of the coronavirus continues to rapidly spread globally, its effect is being felt across a wide spectrum of sports.

The Knicks search for positive play in the midst of a road trip

On Tuesday night in Washington D.C. facing the Wizards, Knicks interim head coach Mike Miller didn’t waste time pulling his starters from the game as the listless first five fell behind 18-4.

If Kev and Kyrie wanted Kenny, he’d still be here

The “Wow, stop playing” factor is subsiding. It’s just a matter of time before some other hit take or trending news item takes center stage, but the announcement of Kenny Atkinson’s firing early Saturday morning is still shocking to think ...

Catchings savors Hall of Fame honors

It’s a busy and exciting time for Tamika Catchings, who retired from playing after the 2016 WNBA season.

The story of James Wiseman tarnishes the beauty of March Madness

It is a strong possibility that James Wiseman, who will turn 19 later this month, will be the No.1 pick in the NBA Draft in June.

Injuries are a concern for the Yankees heading toward Opening Day

The Yankees began Spring Training learning that one of their top starters, right-hander Luis Severino, would miss the entire 2020 season due to Tommy John surgery.

Brooklyn reclaims CUNYAC title

For the second time in three years, the Brooklyn College women’s basketball team has claimed the CUNY Athletic Conference title and punched its ticket to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

NYC and Brooklyn to host Big East, A10, Elite Eight and NIT basketball

It’s March. The domain of college basketball, March Madness.

Coronavirus affects the world of sports

The Coronavirus has impacted domestic travel and traveling abroad.

Rose says patience is needed for the Knicks to bloom

On Monday, the Knicks officially announced the hiring of Leon Rose as the team’s new president.

NFL players have differing views on new proposed CBA

It’s all about the Benjamins. The new proposed National Football League collective bargaining agreement that will come to a vote by the players in the coming weeks is transparently rooted in money.

HBO debuts ‘Women of Troy’

When Cheryl Miller was coaching at California State Los Angeles (2016–19), the players she recruited knew little about her background.

Kyrie-esque play holds Brooklyn down in his absence

The Brooklyn Nets announced this week that star guard Kyrie Irving underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday to relieve the impingement to his right shoulder.