NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has worked quickly to erase Donald Sterling’s presence from the league.
Two years ago, Harlem resident Alison Désir, decided to share her running experience through blogging. A year later her words evolved into actions.
National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver has named Richard Parsons the interim Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Clippers int the wake of the Donald Sterling incident.
As news about the lifetime ban of Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling spread last week, outspoken former NBA forward Larry Johnson responded by calling for Black players to be self-sufficient and self-determining.
300 of New York City’s top-rated scholastic chess players will compete in the 12th annual New York City Mayor’s Cup Chess Championships for the chance to be named the “Best in the City.”
The Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program (HJTEP) will celebrate 42 years of extraordinary service and dedication to its program participants on Monday, May 5
St. John’s senior sprinter Corrine Williams is collecting memories, souvenirs and lots of photos
The opening round of the NBA playoffs has arguably been the most competitive and compelling first round in the history of the league
The first round of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs between the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors may well go seven games.
Tuesday’s announcement by Commissioner Adam Silver sends a strong message that racism and discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated in the NBA
The Tuesday, April 30 news conference was the most important news conference in the history of the National Basketball Association.
It was just a few short words that put the NBA into a whirlwind after racist remarks made by L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling spread like wildfire
Two-time NBA All-Star Caron Butler didn’t have the playoffs on his mind a couple of months ago, but now with the postseason underway, he has eyes on his second championship ring.
During the opening week of the NBA playoffs, a prevalent storyline has been the reportedly tenuous job status of several head coaches who have guided their teams into the postseason.
What Brooklyn? “F— Brooklyn”? I’d suggest to Masai Ujiri, the Toronto Raptors’ general manager, that he doesn’t have to come to Brooklyn, though his Toronto Raptors must play here this weekend (Friday and Sunday) for Games 3 and 4 in ...