6 Sports Statues We'd Like To See In NYCSports statues are fairly scarce in the New York City area. Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, Casey Stengel, Roberto Clemente, Martin Brodeur and Arthur Ashe are among the few to have their likenesses chiseled.
Thousands Pay Tribute To Muhammad Ali At Memorial ServiceBoxing great Muhammad Ali returns to his old Kentucky neighborhood Friday one last time.
New York City Remembers Muhammad Ali On Day Of Memorial ServiceAli spent years training for some of his most memorable fights at Gleason's Gym -- where the boxer's legacy still remains a celebrated part of the location's local history.
Thousands Of Mourners Attend Muslim Prayer Service For Muhammad AliAli insisted it be opened to all and Muslims have traveled from all over the world to pay tribute.
Stretch Of West 33rd Street Near Madison Square Garden Renamed 'Muhammad Ali Way'Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that West 33rd Street adjacent to the arena will be temporarily named for Ali. The Democratic mayor said Ali "never backed down from a fight in or outside the ring."
Doctor: I Don't Think Boxing Contributed To Ali Contracting Parkinson's DiseaseThe doctor spoke at a news conference at the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix.
'Bigger Than Life': Francesa Remembers Muhammad AliMike Francesa opened his show remembering the greatest of all-time, Muhammad Ali.
Keidel: Was Muhammad Ali Boxing's Greatest?Muhammad Ali, an unparalleled sports icon and hero to many, was not the greatest boxer ever.
Palladino: Muhammad Ali Was No Saint In This Reporter’s BookFor me, though, he just wasn’t my cup of tea. Somehow, the flood of years has never washed away the stench that some of his behavior created.
President Of Turkey, King Of Jordan To Speak At Muhammad Ali's FuneralSpeaking at the funeral will be representatives of multiple faiths, including Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Mormonism and Catholicism.
Keidel: Muhammad Ali Was A Champion In Every Sense Of The WordUnless you were alive and lucid during Ali's reign, you can't possibly know what he meant to teens who happily thrived vicariously through his lyrical romp across our world and our hearts. Now his grave will be wet with the tears of a grieving nation, continent, and species.
Boomer & Carton: Warriors Are Rolling, The Passing Of A True Original And MoreThe Mets and the Yankees both lost, but the majority of this show open focused on the life and times of Muhammad Ali, who passed away Friday. "The Greatest" was 74.

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