Jemele Hill stands tall in the face of corporate cowardice

ESPN broadcaster Jemele Hill should be applauded by those who are advocates of free speech for her intellect, unwavering voice and support for a critical cause—social and racial justice in the United States.

Young gymnasts celebrated at Hilliard Foundation benefit

Athletes, influencers and supporters gathered at the New York Athletic Club Oct. 3 to celebrate the Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation Going for the Gold Benefit.

Minnesota Lynx win fourth WNBA Championship

The 2017 WNBA season lasted as long as it possibly could as the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks, the top two teams in the league for the past two years, went down to a fifth and final game.

It’s only Week 6, but the Giants must prioritize next season

At 0-5, the primary focus of the Giants’ leadership should be the team’s future.

They’re 3-2—You gotta give the Jets some respect

It’s week 6 of the NFL season, and although they share the position with the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots, a three-way tie, a screen shot of the NFL standings has the New York Jets 3-2 atop of ...

Changes in the Nets’ lineup give team chance to prosper

Last night’s preseason game at Nassau Coliseum between the Brooklyn Nets and the Philadelphia 76ers was a reminder of the great history of both teams, and their common denominator, Julius Erving.

As expected, the Knicks start their rebuilding from the bottom

Let’s get this statement out of the way in the first paragraph: The Knicks are bad.

Odell Beckham Jr. to have ankle surgery later this week

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will have surgery for his broken left ankle later this week.

ESPN suspends Jemele Hill over NFL tweets

ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a second violation of our social media guidelines," the network announced Monday afternoon.

Odom brings celebrity and his own resume to a room of legends 

The New York City Basketball Hall of Fame once again officially inducted deserving legends and heroes of the game to its distinguished, prestigious organization.

The NYC Basketball Hall of Fame inducts the class of 2017

The New York City Basketball Hall of Fame held its 28th annual induction ceremony Tuesday night at the Bryant Park Grill in Manhattan honoring eight of the city’s former hoop stars.

Dynamic duo fuel Brooklyn College tennis

Brooklyn College’s formidable women’s doubles team of Georgeen Belrose and Shannel Johnson refer to themselves as Venus and Serena (after the Williams sisters). Both born in New York and raised in the Caribbean—St. Lucia for Belrose and Jamaica for Johnson—they ...

WNBA Finals go to a fifth game

The 2017 WNBA Finals have a familiar feel—same electricity as 2016, same two teams, same intensity and the same do-or-die quality.

The Giants fall deeper into the abyss as Week 5 looms

Depending on one’s definition of over, it isn’t an exaggeration to make the claim that the Giants’ season is indeed over. For a team that had justifiable expectations to be a Super Bowl contender, the winless Giants now are hanging ...

The Jets come back hard, make strides in the face of adversity

The overtime period in the press box of the New York Jets game Sunday at MetLife Stadium was kind of like a re-enactment of a high school class room with a substitute teacher. Someone yells out, “It was the best ...