The plethora of Knicks fans present at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for last Thursday’s NBA draft overwhelmingly approved of the team’s selection of RJ Barrett with the No. 3 overall pick.
As hundreds of thousands of New York City youth begin preparing for their summer break from school, the City Parks Foundation is once again offering free athletic programs comprising various sports in which they can engage.
Sunday at 6 p.m. is the official beginning for the 2019-20 NBA season. It is the most highly anticipated summer of free agency since 2010, when LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chris Bosh decided to forgo re-signing with the Toronto Raptors to join Dwayne Wade in Miami and form a so-called super team with the Heat.
It was a classic game in what has been an NBA Finals defined by the steady brilliance of the Toronto Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard and the attrition experienced by the Golden State Warriors.
The Yankees hosted the Mets this week at Yankee Stadium for the first installment of this season’s subway series.
One must forgive long-suffering Knicks fans if they subscribe to the unwavering belief the franchise is cursed.
On Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the Toronto Raptors squandered a fortuitous opportunity at home to put the Golden State Warriors into a 2-0 hole best-of-seven series.
Every team in Major League Baseball should have the problems that are confronting the Yankees.
The eighth annual Uptown Games held at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in Washington Heights this past Saturday, June 1, was more than an event to promote physical activity. It provided youth from Harlem and Washington Heights in grades first through eighth a venue for their continued social-emotional development using sports as a galvanizing vehicle
It’s only May, but already there are some concerning signs the Mets may not be a viable contender for the NL East title or even a wild card spot by early summer.