David Stern may push for a change in the future that would turn the Olympics into a competition for players who are 23 years old or under, keeping older players from getting hurt and might even make the games a bit more competitive.
There were two notable holes in the first round of the NBA Draft, both of our beloved basketball teams.
Hey, maybe that giant birthday card worked.
Memo to Zuckerberg: Being a billionaire is cool. Being a billionaire and owner of the Yanks? Like!
In 1973, George Steinbrenner made the investment of his life. Nearly 40 years later, his family could be due to cash in. The question is: have they even considered it?
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is ready to “throw down” for Deron Williams. He’s looking at you, Dallas.
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov isn’t about to let All-Star point guard Deron Williams leave without a fight.
Linsanity lives! And now the championship talk begins.
Chris Paul wanted a trade to the Knicks. Instead, the Hornets worked out a three-team deal with LA and Houston — or so they thought.
NBA owners and players are meeting for a second straight day, shortly after finishing a 16-hour marathon with a federal mediator.
Jason Terry scored 27 points, Nowitzki added 21 and the Mavericks topped the Miami Heat 105-95 in Game 6 of the NBA finals on Sunday night. The Mavericks won four of the series’ last five games, a turnabout that could not have been sweeter after seeing the Heat celebrate their first title in Dallas after Game 6 of the 2006 finals.
Sure, many Mets fans want Mark Cuban to open his checkbook toward Flushing. But if the mogul’s appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” is an indication, he won’t be calling the Wilpons any time soon.
Jeff Wilpon, speaking at the Mets’ spring training complex Wednesday, reiterated that while the franchise is indeed exploring a partial sale, the Wilpon family will retain a majority stake.
Mark Cuban and L.I. businessman Martin Silver have been linked to the Mets in the weeks since the Wilpons announced they would explore a partial sale. Mayor Bloomberg doesn’t want in on the action. Neither does funny man Jerry Seinfeld.
Not only was Justin Bieber booed at Wednesday night’s Knicks game, commentators can be heard joking about the loud Bronx cheer in a YouTube video showing game footage.