Tomorrow (Friday) in Philadelphia the Knicks will play the 76ers. Their last home game Sunday is against the Toronto Raptors, and for the finale next Tuesday in Indianapolis, they will play the Pacers.
Although the Mets are one of the favorites to capture Major League Baseball’s supreme trophy in the 2016 season, actually winning it seems as rare a sighting as Halley’s Comet
Surprisingly, the Knicks showed signs of life 3,000 away from home.
The sport of track and field operates in relative obscurity in the United States, but it always gains interest leading up the Summer Olympics.
Cam Newton failed to channel his inner Superman, the fictitious superhero with whom he associates himself.
Super Bowl 50, matching up the National Football Conference champions the Carolina Panthers and the American Football Conference champions the Denver Broncos on Sunday (6:30 p.m.) at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., will be a confrontation of size versus speed.
Progress is rarely linear, and no doubt there have been many peaks and valleys for the Knicks, as they have achieved quantifiable growth from last season to now.
Cameron Jerrell Newton is the best player in football.
Ron Rivera and Bruce Arians have taken the road less traveled to this Sunday’s (6:40 p.m.) National Football Conference championship game.
The NBA schedule makers have either been extremely benevolent to the Knicks or done them a grave disservice.