Seton Hall Lady Pirates conquer the Big East

With Seton Hall University’s victory in the final game of the regular season—an 85-76 come-from-behind win over Butler—the Pirates head into the Big East tournament this weekend with the Big East regular season title and the number one seed.

Nets, Heat battling for final East Conference playoff spot

The Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat are locked in a battle for the final playoff spot in the NBA Eastern Conference.

Without NBA talent, Derek Fisher is taking the weight

Watching the Knicks these days may be challenging to those who are measuring them solely on wins and losses. And they only had 12 in 59 games after getting mashed by the Sacramento Kings by 124-86 on Tuesday night at ...

Carmelo’s bad signal to the fans, organization and teammates

Nearly one full year into his tenure as the Knicks’ team president, Phil Jackson has rightfully torn out the team’s frame.

Harlem legend Georgie Moore takes his game to a playground in the sky

George Moore, a native son of Harlem, who was one of the all-time great basketball players at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, passed away Monday, Feb.16.

Berkeley College Hudson Valley named Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champs

For the seventh time in 10 seasons, the Berkeley College men’s basketball team has won the Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship, defeating the defending champion Bears of St. Joseph’s College by a score of 91-82 Sunday, Feb. 22.

Nets fighting to hold onto final playoff spot in the East

The Nets began the second half of their season by ending their three-game losing streak with road wins against the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets.

Epiphanny Prince returning to her Brooklyn roots

When the New York Liberty hit the hardwood at Madison Square Garden this summer, they will truly have the feel of a hometown team.

Jah-Leah Ellis named Valley Collegiate Player of the Year

The Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced their women’s basketball end-of-season awards.

The Hank Carter story continues to be written

Forty-two years ago, Henry “Hank” Carter began what is now one of the most consistent social programs in these United States.

‘Little Ballers’ premiers February 25

Nickelodeon will debut the world television premiere of “Little Ballers,” a two-hour sports documentary exploring the journey of four 11-year-old basketball players in the Amateur Athletic Union and the impact of youth basketball in America

NBA All-Star Weekend was a great place to hang out

The NBA All-Star Weekend was a great hang, a great social event.

NBA Commissioner Silver deva standing ovation for a All-Star Weekend

In an era where excess and self-indulgence often trump substance across the professional sports landscape, last week’s NBA All-Star Weekend, illuminated the depth and reach the league has on producing a positive impact across a broad socio-economic spectrum.

Francis scores huge hometown upset at Millrose Games

Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross was one of the undisputed stars of the 108th NYRR Millrose Games, but the night belonged to Queens native Phyllis Francis, who ran away from the field in the women’s 400 meters, making her professional ...

What ifs mean absolutely nothing to the Patriots

Going ahead in the fourth quarter after coming from 10-points in the third, the New England Patriots’ chance for a Super Bowl victory had suddenly faded a third straight time, because of a last-minute lucky catch.