NBA Hall Of Famers Hand Out Thanksgiving Meals To New Yorkers In NeedKnicks legend "Earl the Pearl" Monroe, John Starks and other sports greats turned out to help hand out Thanksgiving meals.
Nets End Up With Shamet After 3-Team, NBA Draft-Night DealShamet, 23, is entering his third season. He split his rookie year between Philadelphia and Los Angeles, and spent all of last season with the Clippers.
Knicks Take NCAA Player Of The Year Toppin With No. 8 PickToppin ended a remarkable ride from unheralded prospect to the top of college basketball by leading Dayton to a 29-2 record as a sophomore.
Buffalo Native Jordan Nwora On NBA Draft Process In Unusual Year: 'Biggest Challenge Is Just Having Patience To Get Through It'The Buffalo native is ready to hear his name called on Wednesday night when the 2020 NBA Draft gets underway.
Barclays Center Gearing Up To Be Safe Place To Vote In 2020 ElectionOfficials said Tuesday it will be a safe place for New Yorkers to have their voices heard during the COVID-19 crisis.
Basketball Hall Of Famer John Thompson Dies At 78: Patrick Ewing, Alonzo Mourning, Dikembe Mutombo And More Pay TributeJohn Thompson, the first Black basketball coach to win a NCAA men's national championship, has died.
Ex-UConn Star, Top NBA Sixth Man Cliff Robinson Dies At 53Cliff Robinson, born in Buffalo NY, guided UConn out from the bottom and almost helped take the Portland Trail Blazers to the top.
NBA To Resume Season And Convert Arenas Into Polling StationsThe NBA and player's union have reached a deal to resume the playoffs, which includes converting league-controlled arenas into polling stations and creating a social justice coalition.
New York Fans React To Historic Sports Boycott: 'They Got The Biggest Platform, So Why Not?'The NBA playoffs were on hold before the players voted to resume the season, while athletes in the Tri-State Area also stood in solidarity.
'We May Not See The Fruits Of Our Labor, But One Day It Will Come': Andre Iguodala And William Rhoden Discuss Long History Of Athlete ActivismCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas talks with former NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala and ESPN writer Bill Rhoden about the historic protests taking place across the sports world this week.
NBA Postpones Wednesday Playoff Games After Bucks Players Walk OutOn Wednesday, the Milwaukee Bucks did not show up on the court for Game 5 of their first-round matchup vs. the Orlando Magic, and shortly thereafter the NBA made it official that all of Wednesday's games have been postponed.
Raptors Trounce Nets For 3-0 Series LeadTyler Johnson led the Nets with 23 points. Caris LeVert scored 15, Chris Chiozza had 14 points off the bench and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot had 10.
VanVleet, Powell Lead Raptors Past Nets For 2-0 LeadThe seventh-seeded Nets now face a tough 2-0 hole.
Trail Blazers Squeeze By Nets, Advance To Play-In SeriesLillard did it all to give Portland a spot in the NBA's first play-in series, scoring 42 points to help the Trail Blazers escape with a 134-133 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night.
Minus Stars, Nets Clinch Playoff Spot In Victory Over KingsThe surprising Nets came to the bubble without stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving but continued to display plenty of fight, improving to 3-2 since coming to Florida.