INDIANAPOLIS (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Knicks have looked downright anemic offensively and it doesn’t appear their bench is getting much better, literally. Guard J.R. Smith, the NBA’s top sixth man, actually increased his shooting percentage in […]
A sick feeling is emanating through the Knicks. The offense is struggling, their playoff hopes teetering and key players are missing practice.
The Islanders’ rallying cry is “Believe.” Even the most ardent of supporters might find that optimism difficult following Sunday’s home loss to the Penguins.
Many think — some even hope — that Alex Rodriguez’s time in the Bronx in over. Don’t tell that to A-Rod, who vowed to return to the Yankees after Thursday’s ALCS-ending defeat to the Tigers.
If New York manages to storm back from a 3-0 series deficit, it won’t be CC Sabathia on the hill for a deciding Game 7. Blame it on the rain.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi won’t know until Friday whether his bullpen will include Chamberlain, who has had enough mound misfortunes to fill a horror film.
Derek Jeter doesn’t like to talk about injuries. Either he’ll play or he won’t — and he will. The captain is leading off for the Bronx Bombers in Game 4 of the ALDS against the Orioles.
After Henrique scored the tiebreaker to win Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals on Wednesday night, he became the first rookie to get three game-winning goals in one playoff year since 1999.
When the Kings scored to tie Game 4 right after New Jersey took their first lead of the series — that’s right, the series — Steve started to get down in the dumps.
Although Martin Brodeur seems likely to return next season with the Devils, the 40-year-old goalie also isn’t convinced their current season is over just yet.
The Devils stayed remarkably cool against the chippy Flyers in their last series. But head coach Peter DeBoer broke his team’s stoic demeanor on Monday.
If you have any doubt this series is becoming a classic, just look at Game 4.
John Tortorella doesn’t say much to the media. But when he does, the Rangers’ fiery head coach makes it count.
The short-handed Knicks could really, really use a healthy Jeremy Lin on the court in their first-round playoff series against Miami. Emphasis on healthy.
The Knicks sounded hopeful about Jeremy Lin’s return — and that was before Monday night’s debacle.