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.
When Westchester Knicks general manager Allan Houston set out to find the first head coach in team history, he had the perfect guy in mind.
As Knicks fans panic after every setback, my mind continues to drift back to past days. Like in 1999, fans and media are jumping the gun. The Knicks are actually in a pretty good position.
Team New York had the touch from outside and won the Shooting Stars event to open the NBA’s All-Star Saturday night festivities.
Allan Houston knows a little something about postseason basketball. These days Houston serves as Knicks assistant general manager, and he has a message for Amar’e Stoudemire’s detractors: Lighten up.
Tennessee honored its all-time scoring leader on Sunday by retiring his No. 20 and unveiling a banner with his name and number now hanging in the rafters at Thompson-Boling Arena alongside fellow Vols greats Bernard King and Ernie Grunfeld.
John Starks will be among the former Knicks honored with “Legends Awards” at halftime against the Bucks on Wednesday. Starks joined Boomer & Carton Tuesday to talk about the award, and of course, the Knicks’ blockbuster trade for Carmelo Anthony.
A peak performance coach who once worked with former Knicks star Allan Houston says in a lawsuit Houston damaged his career by trashing him instead of trumpeting his skills.
The Knicks will honor one player for each decade from the 1950s to 2000s at halftime of their game against Milwaukee on Feb. 23.