The Golden State Warriors’ guard might be the man of the weekend, and even he can’t believe how quickly it’s happened after he was an All-Star snub just two years ago.
Spike Lee is going to be directing the likes of Kevin Hart, Common, Anthony Anderson and Mo’Ne Davis — but instead of on a movie set, it will be on the basketball court.
The filmmaker — a passionate NY sports fan — said he may attend the Super Bowl on Sunday in Arizona. And he will be rooting for Russell Wilson’s Seattle Seahawks.
Just days after Spike Lee went on a rant about gentrification in New York City, police confirm someone vandalized a home next to where the filmmaker used to live in Brooklyn, police said.
Lee spoke out Wednesday about his controversial remarks made during a speech at a Pratt Institute event for Black History Month Tuesday night.
During a lecture at Pratt Institute Tuesday, the director and Brooklyn native said that white newcomers to neighborhoods like Fort Greene and Bedford-Stuyvesant are doing the wrong things.
Tony-winning actor Alan Cumming, “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum and Oscar-nominated director Spike Lee were among the honorees Monday night at the city’s eighth annual “Made in NY” Awards.
Back in London and back on the basketball court, Carmelo Anthony went right back to his winning ways.
The Knicks are in the British capital to play a regular-season NBA game against the Detroit Pistons on Thursday, the second time the league has come to London for a meaningful game.
Spike Lee vows to stay true to the New York Knicks even though the Nets have moved to his native Brooklyn.
Director Spike Lee didn’t even bat an eye when Mark Teixeira lost his bat during the bottom of the first inning of Sunday’s game between the Bombers and the Los Angeles Angels at Yankee Stadium.
In what can best be described as a grab bag segment, the guys spoke about a number of topics. It started with Craig bringing up how Spike Lee caught a bat while attending a Yankee game over the weekend.
For a time, there was no boxer more feared than Tyson. The guy who used to knock opponents out is ready to knock ‘em dead on Broadway.
The former boxer announced Monday that he will team up with director Spike Lee to bring his one-man show, “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth,” to the Longacre Theatre for six nights only, July 31 to Aug. 5.
Knicks’ guard Jeremy Lin is breaking barriers and smashing social stereotypes.