You should ignore all the pundits’ predictions of a down year. There’s plenty of good basketball for Nets fans to look forward to — even if most of the country won’t see it.
Other highlights include Jason Kidd’s first visit to Brooklyn since leaving the Nets to coach Milwaukee on Nov. 19.
The Rangers have quite a series ahead of them. Here’s what you’ll need to know to root ‘em on in the Stanley Cup finals.
Alain Vigneault finally took a shot at his club’s taxing postseason schedule, but still won’t say his players are tired. Judging by their effort in their latest loss to the Penguins, he might be right.
It wasn’t easy, but the Rangers are moving on after beating Philadelphia 2-1 in Wednesday night’s winner-take-all Game 7. Next up: Pittsburgh.
It stuck out like a sore thumb to WFAN’s Mike Francesa as he was breaking down a leaked Giants schedule: Indy, Seattle, San Fran and Dallas. All in succession. All in November.
The NFL’s schedule makers gave Gang Green a gift with three home games in the first four weeks. They’d better take advantage of it with a two-game doozy looming in October.
General manager Jerry Reese has done a lot of work this offseason to put the Giants’ 7-9 season in the rearview mirror. Their 2014 schedule will undoubtedly tell how well he ultimately did.
The NBA’s playoff seeds are set, and to the relief of many, the Brooklyn Nets won’t be facing Chicago in the first round.
“It’s a pretty good rivalry,” Rangers forward Brian Boyle said last week, “because we hate each other.” Here’s what you’ll need to know to set the DVR.
The battle for the Stanley Cup rages on. Keep up with your favorite team’s playoff schedule.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi wasn’t in a great mood after yet another game was postponed in Cleveland.
According to the Yankees’ official website, the team “occasionally played other exhibition games in West Point, dating back to the era when Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig were in uniform.”
Commuters have been waiting six weeks for the LIRR to return to its full schedule. LIRR spokesman Aaron Donovan told WCBS 880’s Jim Smith, that riders can look forward to less crowding and an end to cancelled and combined trains.
Teachers are frustrated over getting all new students and struggling to play catch up, while students are frustrated after spending two months on course work that no longer counts.