It’s pointless to compare the 2012 Men’s Olympic basketball roster to the 1992 “Dream Team.” USA’s current roster has their own challenge in front of them.
The State Liquor Authority suspended the license of W.i.P. and its adjacent Greenhouse on Tuesday night following a bar brawl that involved R&B singer Chris Brown and members of rapper Drake’s entourage.
The Greenhouse in SoHo claims it is losing $264,000 a week since the NYPD closed it on June 16 for code violations.
“I almost lost my eye,” Parker said via a loose translation from the French star’s website.
The lawsuit was filed Thursday in State Supreme Court. It says the W.i.P club in SoHo and its operators were negligent in security and supervision, which allowed the fight to take place.
Just days after a bottle brawl between Drake and Chris Brown that left several people injured, the NYPD cited code violations at nightclubs W.i.P. and Greenhouse in SoHo and shut them both down.
I want to take a moment and unplug the NBA playoffs from reality.
C.J. Leslie’s decision to return to NC State next season immediately makes Mark Gottfried’s team a threat for the ACC title.
It appears Ronny Turiaf is about to follow Deron Williams’ lead and play overseas.
Memphis Grizzlies won their first playoff game in franchise history, stunning the San Antonio Spurs 101-98 on Sunday.
Baseball is barely out of the gate, with spring training games getting underway this past weekend, yet the league is rife with Achilles injuries.
All-Star Deron Williams had 14 points and 12 assists in his debut with the New Jersey Nets, but Manu Ginobili scored 26 to lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 106-96 victory Friday night.
Deron Williams is expected to make his Nets debut Friday night when they try to avoid a ninth consecutive road defeat to the Spurs, who have not lost at home in almost three months.
Manu Ginobili scored 10 of his 22 points in a game-breaking second-half run and the San Antonio Spurs put in another dominant performance with a 102-85 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Monday night.
Tim Duncan had 21 points and 16 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs took revenge on the slumping New York Knicks to win their eighth in a row, 101-92 on Friday night.