The first round of the NBA Western Conference Playoffs has started off with some interesting games and matchups for your viewing pleasure.
Columbia College senior Iman Blow is graduating next month.
Tiger Woods clinched his fifth Masters and 15th major title to seal one of the greatest comeback stories in sports after overcoming career-threatening back problems.
Appreciate the Brooklyn Nets. They play basketball. There’s no drama. No backstories.
At a town hall forum for select Knicks season ticket holders last September, the team’s general manager, Scott Perry, laid out some of the organization’s short-term objectives.
Chris Mullin is out as St. John’s head basketball coach. His official departure this past Tuesday, April 9, came on the same day his teammate on the iconic 1992 U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team, Magic Johnson, resigned as the president ...
Thirty-four teenage female ballers came to Tampa, Fla., site of the NCAA Women’s Final Four, from all over the world.
It was an emotional game with dramatic twists and turns.
Family and friends came to Harlem last week to celebrate the life and memory of its life long resident and esteemed member of New York’s storied basketball community, Calvin Ramsey who passed away Monday morning, March 25.
In a rare occurance, Jacob deGrom was off his game Tuesday night at Citi Field.
The New York Jets kicked off the unofficial start of the new 2019-2020 season by introducing their fans and the world to their new uniforms at an invitation-only party in midtown Manhattan hosted by comedian/actor JB Smooth.
Former NBA player Kobe Bryant visited a Mamba League Youth Clinic—a collaboration between Nike, Bryant and Children’s Aid—at the Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem.
When Kevin Knox scored a career high 31 points against the Philadelphia 76ers at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 13, shooting 12-23, in a 108-105 Knicks loss, the promise of the 19-year-old rookie was palpable.
The Brooklyn Nets have just come off their longest and hardest road trip of the season.
Last Saturday, one day before Mike Krzyzewski and his Duke University men’s basketball team were eliminated from the NCAA tournament by Michigan State 68-67, the all-time winningest coach in Division I basketball history (1,132 wins) expressed trepidation.