Meeting legendary NBA baller Gus Williams the same week that the NBA begins its annual free agency pageantry was a statement of then and now, a before and after.
Depending on the lens through which one views the Knicks’ transactions thus far this summer, opinions will be mixed.
Athletes of past decades playing in big markets such as Los Angeles and New York held favorable advantages in securing endorsements and garnering widespread media attention.
The time is now. Floyd Mayweather should hang the gloves up once and for all.
After an outstanding, hard-fought road victory over the Chicago Sky last week, the New York Liberty players had a few days off before returning to their training base in Westchester, N.Y.
Saturday, July 11, the International Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame will host its annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
“For me, it was very personal. I’m so happy our team got the win,” said New York Liberty guard Candice Wiggins after the team’s 79-70 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks.
The Brooklyn Nets have requested waivers on guard Darius Morris, Nets General Manager Billy King announced.
By the time Brooklyn made their selection, the 29th in last week’s NBA draft, the booing from die-hard New York basketball fans had subsided, but the reasons hadn’t been forgotten.
Sam Worthen was a two-year starter at point guard from 1978 to 1980.
Roughly one hour after Phil Jackson selected Latvian center Kristaps Porzingis with the fourth overall pick in last Thursday’s NBA draft, the Knicks president issued a statement through a press release that seemingly suggested the 19-year-old would someday emerge as ...
Lies, rumors, conjecture and partial truths. Such is the nature of the NBA draft, taking place tonight (Thursday) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Brooklyn Nets fans will have to wait until the end of Round 1 of tonight’s (Thursday) NBA draft, being held at the Barclays Center, the Nets’ home, to hear NBA Commissioner Adam Silver say, “With the 29th pick, the Brooklyn ...
“We’ve got to step up and be there mentally,” said New York Liberty guard Essence Carson after a dismal 80-63 loss to the Indiana Fever at Madison Square Garden last Friday.
Game 4 tonight (Thursday) of the NBA Finals should prove to be as competitive as the first three.