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Percy Sutton 5K honors a true Harlem giant 

As part of the annual August month-long Harlem Week celebration, thousands of competitive and recreational runners converged in Manhattan’s famous village this past Saturday to participate in the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run.

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QBs Smith and Johnson battle for a spot on Giants’ 53-man roster

More 1,000 athletes will be unemployed—albeit for some temporarily—by 4 p.m. this Saturday, the deadline for NFL teams to finalize their 53-man rosters for the start of the regular season.

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At the start of preseason, Giants offensive line concerns still linger

It was only the Giants’ first preseason game of 2017, but the consternation the team’s offensive line caused its fan base last season carried over against the Pittsburg Steelers at MetLife Stadium Friday night in a 20-12 loss.

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LeBron James and the Cavs hope for a miracle in the NBA Finals

The bloodied but unbowed Cleveland Cavaliers returned home last night (Wednesday) for Game 3 of the NBA Finals after being bludgeoned by the Golden State Warriors in Oakland in Games 1 and 2 by a combined 41 points.

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Aaron Judge dramatically becomes the new face of the Yankees

The hype surrounding the Yankees’ 25-year-old right fielder Aaron Judge is understandable.

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The curious case of Colin Kaepernick continues

When Colin Kaepernick decided he was not going to stand during the ceremonial playing of the Star-Bangled Banner, the U.S. national anthem, before his National Football League games with the San Francisco 49ers last season, he was acutely aware there would be backlash.

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Basketball pioneer Solly Walker passes

New York City basketball vanguard Solly Walker has passed. Walker transitioned last Friday at the age of 85. Services for Walker were held this past Monday at Siloam Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn.

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The Wizards must find a way to repel the force of Thomas

Isaiah Thomas may be one of the smallest players in the NBA, yet no one has a bigger heart. Still mourning the tragic death of his younger sister, 22-year-old Chyna Thomas, as a result of an auto accident, which occurred on the eve of the start of the Boston Celtics opening round of the playoffs against the Chicago Bulls, the 5-foot-9 Thomas lifted the Celtics from the depths of a 2-0 deficit to a 4-2 series win after they dropped the first two games at home.

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Forever remembering Greg Marius, basketball and entertainment visionary

There are countless people who have been saddened by the transitioning of Greg Marius this past weekend from his earthly state of being to spiritual bliss, people who barely knew him or never met him at all.

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Left tackle and tight end top the Giants’ list of needs

The seemingly only sure thing in the tenuous world of the National Football League is the New England Patriots will be a Super Bowl contender.

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