Across the country, millions of NBA fans are buying into “Let’s give the championship trophy to a team from the west.”
Duke University’s super freshmen didn’t play like freshmen in the NCAA Final Four championship game.
The spectators collectively cheered as one when they spotted the slowly walking figure moving toward the court inside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The voices represented a multitude of men and women who were more than familiar with the man who brought hoops glory to the St. John’s University basketball program.
In a road trip that lasted some 23-plus months with vacation stops in Tampa Bay and New England, Darrelle Revis, considered by one and all to be the best cornerback on this planet, is back in the green and white of the Jets.
Mase has left us, but the memories will live on forever. Rest in peace, Mase.
The Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat are locked in a battle for the final playoff spot in the NBA Eastern Conference.
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.
Forty-two years ago, Henry “Hank” Carter began what is now one of the most consistent social programs in these United States.
The 25th New York City Basketball Hall of Fame class will be inducted Sept. 16 at the New York Athletic Club, located at 59th Street and Central Park West.
Erik Spoelstra, perhaps the top young coach in the NBA, is well-liked by his peers and, most importantly, his players. But the Heat’s young coach, like his team, was blown away in the NBA Finals. He took a coaching spanking, administered by the guy on the other bench, Gregg Popovich.