New York Post
The story about Christie’s visit to Jerusalem’s Western Wall, which ran Tuesday, was littered with innuendos and puns about the governor’s weight.
The New York Rangers denied rumors that Sean Avery refused to play for the Connecticut Whale and spat at head coach Ken Gernander.
Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic welcome the New Jersey Nets to the Amway Center tonight after both sides were previously involved in trade talks. Former Knicks legend Patrick Ewing has warned Howard about the possibility of joining a New York area franchise.
Fear not, New Jersey fans. The minority owners of the Devils are finalizing a deal to sell their interest in the team and give managing partner Jeff Vanderbeek some new partners.
So that really was Oscar De La Hoya in drag with New York City stripper Milana Dravnel? “Let me to tell you, yes, yes, it was me,” he said in an interview with Spanish-language network Univision.
MetLife stadium it is, according to the New York Post. The paper reported late on Thursday that the insurance giant “has inked a definitive agreement” for naming rights at the New Meadowlands Stadium.
A tweeted image of Santonio Holmes, who appears to be slugging a bottle of champagne, is leading some to question the decision-making abilities of the Jets’ skilled wide receiver.
The Rangers reportedly want to buy out captain Chris Drury’s contract, but according to the New York Post, they won’t be able to. Why? Because of a degenerative knee condition that will “render him medically unable to play next season.”
Coach, how do you feel about Plaxico Burress burying the way you lead the Giants? “Maybe he’s sending me along a badge of honor,” Tom Coughlin told the New York Post Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium.
LeBron James’ fourth-quarter struggles in the NBA finals are still a talking point, even with the series now over. Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez knows a little something about under performing in the postseason. A-Rod told The Post on Tuesday that fans should cool off on King James.
The much-anticipated and revamped version of “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” officially opened on Broadway Tuesday night, so what did the critics think of the new and improved show?
Could Mike D’Antoni skip out on the Knicks? According to the New York Daily News’ Frank Isola, D’Antoni, entering his last year under contract with New York, “could emerge as a candidate in Toronto.”
Forest City Ratner, the developer behind Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, and the Nets want to ensure car traffic won’t be an issue when the team makes their first official Prospect Heights tipoff in 2012.
Carmelo Anthony thinks there’s something brewing in Madison Square Garden. “There’s a bull’s-eye on us and it’s getting bigger,” he told the New York Post.
It may be back to the drawing board for Fred and Jeff Wilpon. According to the New York Post, hedge fund billionaire Steven A. Cohen, thought to be the front-runner to buy a minority stake in the Mets, “has quickly lost interest.”