Jerry Seinfeld, one of the more muted comedians when it comes to politics, made some candid and compelling observations recently. It wasn’t red or blue state stuff, but more red, white, and blue content.
The Mets still have a more glittering future than the Yankees. And it starts on the mound. No need to jog out there and take the ball from one of the gifted young men who got you here.
I say with a slightly overt sense of pride that one fact about the man is now and forever indisputable. Anthony was never about winning.
Just the idea that it looks logical to Dolan for Thomas to own a women’s basketball team speaks to the disconnect of the obscenely rich and absurdly inept.
I used to feel sorry for Rose, banned from the very game he blessed. But it blessed him even more. And then he cursed it.
Stop comparing him to Jeter — even for a day, for an inning. Even for a hit. Especially the 3,000th hit.
Generally, a new coach inherits the very vulnerable team that got the prior coach fired. Which is why, aside from LeBron, the most viscerally defeated or deflated man in the building was Mark Jackson.
If you need to know why LeBron James produced more offense for a team in the championship round than any in league history, just look at his most unsupportive, supporting cast.
When the ref tosses the ball up Tuesday night, LeBron James has 48 minutes to keep a public and poignant pledge he made to his hometown.
A-Rod’s journey from messiah to pariah is amply archived, his crimes and misdemeanors laid across every sports desk and chopped into microscopic bits.
If the Giants don’t make a serious run — or pass — they may pass the torch to the Jets for the first time in a long time.
Deontay Wilder defends his WBC world heavyweight title against Eric Molina on Saturday, June 13. This is his story, as he tells it.
Such is the problem with individual sports, sans teammates. They all ride on celebrities, no matter how many legs they use.
American Pharoah, the stud with the oddly spelled name, a mile and a half from history. The most heralded horse in the nation will be in New York tomorrow. And we need it.
Despite their almost historic impotence at second base, and no matter how longingly you look at the Mariners’ second baseman, the Yankees did the right thing by letting Robinson Cano go west.