Free skills and drills programs at Rucker Park

If you have a youngster between 5 and 13 years of age who needs and wants to improve his or her basketball skills, then he or she should attend the Bobby Bingo-Bob McCullough-Free Drills and Skills Camp at the world ...

Each One Teach One remains a staple for Harlem youth

For six decades and counting, Each One Teach One has been a staple of summer youth basketball in New York City.

Hope and basketball

It’s only July 2016, but for basketball fans we’re a year ahead into the 2017/18 season.

2016 New York Urban League Classic cancelled

The New York Urban League announced that its annual football classic has been cancelled for 2016.

New York Liberty take a stand

Sunday afternoon, the New York Liberty pulled out a 75-65 win over a scrappy San Antonio Stars team. F

As America stews, athletes’ actions must surpass their words

In the aftermath of the deaths of two Black men at the hands of overzealous, unrestrained police officers, and the subsequent murder of five police officers in Dallas by a 25-year-old Black man with a visceral reaction to the aforementioned ...

UFC sells for $4 billion, a record amount

If you pay $4 billion for a company today that was bought for $2 million in 2001, how long would it take to recoup your investment and begin turning a profit?

Serena Williams cements her greatness with Wimbledon title

Serena Williams didn’t need to win her seventh Wimbledon singles title and 22nd individual major tournament to confirm that she is the greatest women’s tennis player of all time.

David Dinkins Tennis Club continues to serve

This summer, Harlem’s children have an opportunity to learn and improve their tennis game, tighten up their game skills like professional champion Serena Williams and receive assistance with reading and academic instruction each Saturday morning.

Police Athletic League kids compete in summer tournaments

Come cheer on 30 of the Police Athletic League’s Double Dutch champions, in fifth through eighth grades, as they show off their skills and compete for the gold, silver and bronze medals at PAL’s Summer Day Camp Double Dutch Tournament.

New shot clock will be used at all 29 NBA arenas during the 2016-17 season

NEW YORK, July 7, 2016—The NBA and TISSOT announced today the launch of a groundbreaking integrated timing system and a new shot clock with innovative LED glass technology developed exclusively for the league.

James Blake: Black Lives Matter is 'long overdue'

James Blake, a former professional tennis player who made headlines last year when New York police tackled him to the ground, is speaking out in favor of the Black Lives Matter movement.

NBA players cash in as the league prospers

The emotional reactions of working class men and women to the mind-blowing contracts bestowed on NBA free agents by wealthy owners is justifiably understandable.

For Kevin Durant is the grass greener?

Up until the time to submit this story, push send, I waited for an announcement, some breaking news report stating that Kevin Durant had changed his mind, reneged, rescinded his decision to depart the Oklahoma Thunder the way DeAndre Jordan ...

Native New Yorkers set to make their mark at Rio Olympics

In various sports and disciplines, New York City will be well represented next month at the Rio Olympics.