One would hope that the owner of a professional sports franchise would take the high road, or at least say nothing at all.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Saturday that he is determined to make a schedule that keeps NBA players fresher, and he is willing to discuss starting the season earlier or ending later.
When he returns to the All-Star stage on Saturday, he isn’t planning to announce a new platform. But he also knows that the time for talk is ending.
Knicks owner James Dolan is getting a pass for sending an email to a fan in which he speculates that the man may be an alcoholic.
Breaking from what had become standard procedure of taking the mid-winter showcase to a warm-weather city, the NBA decided to stay home in 2015 and show off two of its flashiest arenas.
Determined to remain relevant with current American culture, our two newest governors of sport rocked our world this week.
New Jersey could drop its ban on betting on sports entirely, but it cannot legally set conditions as it ends the prohibition, a lawyer for the NCAA and four major sports leagues told a federal judge Thursday.
In an op-ed article for the New York Times published online Thursday, Silver said fans should have a safe and legal way to gamble on professional games.
In this dangerous world, sports fans are responsible for their own sobriety, no matter how many temptations are put in front of them. And there are more temptations every single day.
Despite his team’s struggles, the only thing the Knicks’ team president seems bothered by is people focusing too much on the team’s triangle offense — including Commissioner Adam Silver.
Each celebrity will be joined on his or her one-mile leg with a local student who takes part in marathon organizer New York Road Runners’ youth programs.
How about 10-minute quarters — can we compromise there? Forty minutes of basketball would replicate the college game, where NBA players were groomed.
This one freak play on Friday could very well kill international basketball as we know it. I hope I’m wrong.
Despite the greed and ego that is often associated with sports, we know there are plenty of moments that demonstrate great courage and pride.
As Donald Sterling made continued outbursts, Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas tried futilely to take control of the situation.