For 50 years, one mighty number — recorded against the Knicks — has stood as the Mount Everest of sport’s magic numbers. 100 points.
Bryant broke Jordan’s record of 262 points on a dunk with 4:57 left in the third quarter. That gave him 20 points for the game.
The Miami Dolphins wide receiver told New York reporters on a conference call that the Jets’ Pro Bowl cornerback receives preferential treatment from officials.
One man was arrested at the Staten Island Mall Thursday night after an altercation. Another man in Jersey City said he was stabbed multiple times at the Newport Centre Mall.
Men love lists. As such I ask you: who’s the greatest baller in basketball history?
Lord knows there are a thousand reasons to dislike Alex Rodriguez, but gambling isn’t one of them. What gets to me is A-Rod’s half-hearted mea culpa over steroids.
Alex Rodriguez is not Pablo Escobar because he plays a little poker on the side. No doubt I feast on malfeasance for a living, but a man playing a game that’s illegal only because it didn’t occur in a casino is hardly a crime wave.
Michael Jordan is the greatest player in the history of team sports. That includes LeBron James, and it sure as hell includes Scottie Pippen.
There’s no other word to describe it. I had to make one up. That was riDirkulous. I hope everyone enjoyed the show Dirk Nowitzki put on last night. It’s something you might never see again.
Most pro athletes would just as soon try to catch a puck with their teeth as speak out about a societal issue that risks forcing fans to really choose sides. There have been exceptions, of course, most notably Muhammad Ali. Now we have Sean Avery.
Carmelo Anthony’s Knicks debut drew the highest rating for a regular-season game on MSG network since Michael Jordan’s famed “double-nickel” game 16 years ago.
The Knicks just dumped the core of a team we loved for it’s blue-collar grit and replaced it with red carpet glitter.
It has been a year of change in the sports world with the three longest tenured coaches in the three major sports retiring. The Braves’ Bobby Cox, the Titans’ Jeff Fisher and now Jerry Sloan has resigned from the Utah Jazz.
After a miserable start to the season in which he took shots at his players and himself, Larry Brown is out as coach of the Charlotte Bobcats in another messy exit in his well-traveled career.
As the NBA starts a season, all eyes are on Pat Riley’s prized trio in South Beach, though it looks more haunting than daunting to the naked eye.