This week we find out if the new-look league can drum up the interest of the “old” Big East. The tournament starts Wednesday with first-round games between Seton Hall and Butler and Georgetown and DePaul.
It’s easy to label the Knicks losers. But why must we join them? They say not just a tree but also a team grows in Brooklyn.
It seems Carmelo Anthony’s frustrations are starting to boil over. Melo reportedly told a heckler to “Go (bleep) yourself” as the Knicks were limping toward the finish Wednesday.
The mystery of what exactly happened to Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl ring was one of many odd places sports wandered into this year…
New York City police say 38 people were arrested and 85 were given summonses for drugs and other offenses. The band finishes up its 4-night stint with a New Year’s Eve performance.
I actually walked out of MSG on Wednesday night annoyed that New York beat Chicago. Please don’t dismiss this. There’s logic behind it. I swear. Read on!
Knicks owner James Dolan has reportedly banned actor and director Woody Allen from the MSG VIP lounge.
Fair warning: speak ill of MSG host Al Trautwig on Twitter, and he may just track you down. A New York Islanders fan named Yehuda — and his mother — found that out the hard way.
Not every athlete who is given the privilege of playing in New York manages to soak it all in. That wasn’t the case of recently retired goaltender Marty Biron, who embraced every moment he had in the spotlight.
Cheers turned to screams in Honduras as William “Bull” Bullard was nearly crushed by the backboard, which couldn’t support his weight following an alley-oop dunk.
“Thanks to the Rangers, who brought me a win. Unfortunately, the basketball (team) couldn’t do it today. We’re going to win the next game, that’s a guarantee.”
The Knicks owner was “ready to erupt” during Sunday’s lopsided loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, according to the New York Daily News.
The World’s Most Famous Arena officially reopens Friday night for a New York Knicks pre-season game.
Some fans will have a unique view — high above the Knicks’ home court — when the fully renovated arena opens for business next week.
This news did not sit well with Craig and he made his displeasure audible for the world to hear.