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Can the Giants recover from last year’s nightmare season?

The question that must be examined as the Giants move toward their first game of the regular season Sept. 8 on the road against the Detroit Lions is, are they better than the 7-9 unit of last season?

Young girls leading the rise of USA tennis

Who, female or male, has what it takes to become the future face of American tennis? And will American female tennis players continue to jump out front over their male counterparts?

Fierce battles in WNBA conference finals

Although the first round of the WNBA playoffs was pretty simple—only one of four match-ups going to three games—the conference finals have been much more competitive.

NYC Basketball Hall of Fame inductions set to tip

The 25th New York City Basketball Hall of Fame class will be inducted Sept. 16 at the New York Athletic Club, located at 59th Street and Central Park West.

STA Serves receives U.S Olympic Committee grant to host U.S. Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Camps

USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), has received a grant from the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) through its Paralympic Integrated Adaptive Sports Program. As part of the grant, USTA Serves will host ...

Carmelo or no Carmelo, Phil isn’t losing any sleep

In the NBA, there is no longer an offseason. The term has become theoretical. Nowadays, teams are built into winners in large part through free agent signings.

Did the door hit Jason on his way out of Brooklyn?

Pat Riley faxing his resignation to the New York Knicks in order to become head coach and president of the Miami Heat was controversial. It stunned the basketball community. However, the audacity of Jason Kidd’s power move to replace General ...

Liberty search for consistency

It’s been a tough stretch for the New York Liberty.

2014 US Open ballperson tryouts

Approximately 80 sought-after positions as ballpersons for the 2014 U.S. Open are up for grabs, with approximately 400 people competing for spots. Prospective ballpersons will be evaluated by U.S. Open officials on their running, throwing and catching skills.

Tim Duncan proves his tank is still running on full

Shortly after the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference finals, the normally reserved Tim Duncan vowed that he and his teammates would avenge the crushing series defeat to the Miami Heat that they suffered ...

Spoelstra shares the blame in the collapse of the Heat

Erik Spoelstra, perhaps the top young coach in the NBA, is well-liked by his peers and, most importantly, his players. But the Heat’s young coach, like his team, was blown away in the NBA Finals. He took a coaching spanking, ...

African Bars to watch the World Cup in New York

Are you rooting for an African Nation in the World Cup? Here are the best places to find your countries fans!

Baseball Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn, dies at age 54

Baseball Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn, died at age 54 due to cancer from chewing tobacco for many years.

Spurs have no problems with the Heat in Miami

On the eve of the start of this year’s NBA Finals, many prognosticators picked the San Antonio Spurs to defeat the Miami Heat in the best-of-seven series in large part because of the versatility of Kawhi Leonard.

Miami folds as Spurs turn up the heat

After Chris Webber lost the championship to Duke, and then to Carolina the following year, I stopped predicting and totally ceased after the Red Sox came from 3-1 down to defeat the Yankees for the 2004 American League pennant. Not ...