Rick Nash shared his thoughts on becoming a New York Ranger and is excited by the challenge that lies ahead.
The Brooklyn Nets have reached a verbal agreement to sign 37-year-old guard Jerry Stackhouse on a one-year, $1.3 million deal according to multiple reports.
Reggie has now been banished by the Yankees until the time is “right” for his return. But all he did, with respect to A-Rod, is tell the truth.
Dickey’s inspirational path to major league success has been well-documented. Now the starter is ready to talk about life before pro baseball.
We all have mindless pleasures. One of mine is watching “The Walking Dead.” And if you look closely enough, you’ll find the undead ghouls limping down the road are really wearing Knicks jerseys.
Nike has extended their contract with Lin, according to Beijing Business Today, ensuring the Knicks’ overnight sensation won’t sign with a rival sportswear company.
“Jeremy’s World” indeed. For the second straight week, Lin has made the cover of SI.
The Florida native – who now makes her home in the Big Apple – is shown sizzling up the beaches of Sydney on the cover of this year’s issue.
On the heels of the announcement that Kate Upton has been named this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl, Boomer & Craig were thrilled to welcome of a couple of her colleagues into the Allstate Studio.
She thinks she is being taken advantage of because of her age. A Long Island senior citizen is seeking relief from a magazine distributor that continues to send her unwanted publications — and hefty bills.
For the first time ever, Sports Illustrated let fans decide the cover of their year-end issue. Votes poured in from 178 countries — and in the end it wasn’t even a contest.
The return of Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand — one year after he was paralyzed from the neck down in a game vs. Army at Giants Stadium — is Sports Illustrated’s 2011 Moment of the Year.
One week after a flat out disaster, the Jets have a chance to bounce back.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez was a full participant in practice Wednesday, and was feeling “good” despite undergoing concussion tests after Sunday night’s win.
Turns out Wild Thing’s fastball had a little extra juice. Actor Charlie Sheen tells Sports Illustrated in its latest issue that he took steroids “for like six or eight weeks” while filming the 1989 movie “Major League.”