NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — James Southerland hit five 3-pointers in the first half to keep No. 19 Syracuse in the game and Brandon Triche keyed a big second-half run that gave the Orange a 75-63 […]
The Big East tournament will have a touch of a wake to it this week. When games end, there will be plenty of reminiscing about rivalries and talk of what is to come.
In a statement, Big East commissioner Mike Aresco said the sides “worked through a number of complex issues in an orderly, comprehensive and amicable manner marked by mutual respect.”
Madison Square Garden was rocking Tuesday night — and then a frightening scene unfolded on the ice.
The basketball schools will receive $10 million, the Big East name and the right to play their conference tournament at Madison Square Garden.
Want these ugly incidents to go away? A 25-game suspension won’t stop a thug like Kaleta from doing this again.
On a night when Stephen Curry couldn’t miss, a big play by guard Raymond Felton helped seal the deal for New York.
De Blasio believes that holding the event at Barclays Center would be terrific for the continued growth and development of Brooklyn, but he also vehemently opposes MSG owner James Dolan being rewarded with the game.
Rick Nash’s ability to provide highlight-reel moments could soon make him the toast of New York.
Maybe it really does take a village. P.J. Carlesimo figured his best shot in front of a ready-to-rock Madison Square Garden crowd was to show Anthony “different looks.” And faces. Eight of them, by my count.
If Knicks owner James Dolan is listening to what Carmelo Anthony has to say in London, he’ll probably be happy to hear it.
“I think we have the team to do it,” goaltender Henrik Lundqvist said. “…We look at the guys in the room, (and) they’re great hockey players. But it’s about executing and (seeing) if we can do it.”
Sesame Street Live’s newest stage spectacular is coming to New York City. The show, Elmo’s Super Heroes, will be at the Theater at Madison Square Garden from February 7 through February 18th.
Anthony didn’t just lose Monday’s heated game against Boston. He lost his cool, and the league could penalize the Knicks’ leading scorer for his postgame antics.
“Guess who just contributed to the crime rate in NYC,” tweeted New York Daily News reporter Frank Isola.