I apologize for my foul take on the NBA. Maybe I’m just feeling foul because baseball season went into hibernation last night.
Jets fans probably feel like Roy Hobbs in “The Natural,” forced to listen to psychobabble about how losing is a disease. But we stand by our teams no matter how dire it gets.
While Sam may still become the first openly gay player on a regular-season NFL roster, we are long overdue for others to look in the mirror and recognize it’s their time to pick up the check.
How about 10-minute quarters — can we compromise there? Forty minutes of basketball would replicate the college game, where NBA players were groomed.
If communicating to a live audience was as easy as hitting a baseball, more players would be broadcasters and writers, and I would have been a third baseman for the Yankees.
I am riveted by this team. Maybe I just like the name Mike Moustakas. Or perhaps there’s more to it…
Nowadays, our sports section is the police blotter. Competition seems to have become a backdrop to stories about famous athletes doing things that have nothing to do with sport.
Despite statistics that show the Jets are just horrible, Rex Ryan made a strong case Wednesday that denial ain’t just a river in Egypt.
I would rather walk from West New York, New Jersey to the East Side of Manhattan in cold, driving rain — dodging daredevil bicyclists and taxis emulating freshly beheaded chickens — than listen to somebody talk about his or her fantasy football team.
Were you feeling good last Sunday afternoon, perhaps indefinably so? I was. And here’s why…
While some these days may celebrate Rosh Hashanah saying “L’shanah tova,” in any language, universally, Yankees fans should wish each other a “Happy 2 Year!”
Deep in the 11th hour, there has never been a better moment for MLB to defuse a problem that has been tick-tick-ticking for years: America’s pastime takes too much time.
What would George say about the NFL and its critics, the gruesomely physical league’s criminals and many of their equally impure, sanctimonious fans?
Nets point guard Deron Williams says he will play despite a hand injury against the Raptors on Friday in the NBA’s first regular-season game in Europe.
The NBA believes it can get to Europe someday, but in the meantime there’s building to do. The next phase comes this week, when the Nets and Raptors the play league’s first regular-season games in Europe.