Knicks can give fans the gift of pride in the season’s final days

There isn’t much the Knicks have given their fans this season with the exception of frustration and disappointment.

Lopez’s true value to Brooklyn will soon be determined

Brook Robert Lopez has a quiet, gentle aggressiveness that’s unlike most 7-foot NBA centers.

Nolen Scruggs soars at Columbia

At a school not known for its sporting success, fencing has been a shining light for Columbia University. The fencing team won back-to-back NCAA Championships in 2015 and ’16.

Thoughts of redemption by the time they got to Phoenix

With four minutes left in the first half, the Gonzaga Bulldogs looked to increase their seven-point lead over the Carolina Tar Heels in Monday night’s NCAA national championship game held at the University of Phoenix in Glendale, Ariz.

University of South Carolina claims national title

Gamecocks alumni are celebrating.

From 68 to here—Madison Square Garden hosts Sweet 16

If you bet the top ranked Villanova Wildcats, the defending NCAA Men’s Champions, to be the first No. 1 seed eliminated from this season’s tournament, you were correct.

NCAA Tournament reignites the pay for play flame

Last October, two weeks before the first game of his senior season as a forward for the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team, then 21-year-old Nigel Hayes carried a sign on the school’s campus as students and other revelers were ...

New York loses a treasure in Dr. Norbert Sander

The passing of Dr. Norbert Sander last week is the loss of a true New York treasure.

It’s a simple solution for now—Rest players at home

Friday’s game between the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center not only pissed off some NBA fans but also pissed off several of the media members who had specifically come to see Celtics’ guard Isaiah Thomas play.

Knicks toil toward a reconstructive offseason

Under ideal conditions, the Knicks’ current four-game, four-state, six-day road trip, which began with a 114-105 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers Monday evening and continued last night (Wednesday) versus the Utah Jazz, would be one in which they were ...

St. John’s only NY/NJ D-I team still in action

Postseason isn’t the prettiest of pictures for Division I women’s basketball teams from New York and New Jersey. Not a single team qualified for the NCAA Tournament.

Queens College returns to glory

When Elizabeth Naumovski took the job as head coach of Queens College women’s basketball, she made sure to thoroughly understand the program’s history.

If effort counted for a little something more

If there was an additional column in the NBA Standings for "effort" adjacent to the right of the wins and loss column, the Brooklyn Nets would still lag in wins, but their effort points would mount.

PSAL Boys and Girls chips conclude at MSG

The 2017 NYC PSAL High School championships shared the basketball court of Madison Square Garden Saturday, the home of the New York Knicks and host of the Big East Tournament that concluded over the weekend.

HBCU legend Ben Jobe passes, John Andariese ascends to broadcasting heaven

The transition of Ben Jobe from his earthly state of being to his next stage of existence Friday in Montgomery, Ala., at the age of 84 comes at a time when our country seemingly has minimized the profound social impact ...