Nets trade veteran Brook Lopez and first round draft pick to Lakers

The NBA Draft takes over Barclays Center tonight (Thursday)

The Knicks head into the NBA Draft with many needs

Perhaps the prevailing question entering tonight’s NBA Draft at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for those who closely follow the Knicks is will Phil Jackson

Rod Strickland’s summer basketball league kicks of its 20th season

Coaches scream at players and referees at a high volume from the sidelines.

Liberty split games on the road, head home for Pride

It was lose one and win one for the New York Liberty on their recent road trip.

Does Phil Jackson see Porzingis as the future of the Knicks?

Phil Jackson has proved to be an extraordinary agitator in his three-plus years as the Knicks’ president.

Esteemed journalism professor examines media depictions of female athletes

In two recent studies, Dr. Cynthia Frisby, associate professor of strategic communications at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, studied news stories about prominent female athletes and exposed significant instances of microaggressions as well as racist behavior.

Boxing moves closer to becoming a niche sport

Here’s a quick litmus test for avid sports fans.

As the Mets struggle, their young prospect learns the game

Unlike the NBA’s annual draft that begins tonight (Thursday) at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and the NFL’s, held earlier in the year, both red carpet events

The NBA champion Warriors mull foregoing visit to the White House

Many members of the Golden State Warriors organization, including head coach Steve Kerr and two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry, have been publicly critical of President Donald Trump.

Warriors win chip amid hypocrisy, rhetoric and absurdity of fans and media

The Golden State Warriors had only lost two games since March 11.

The Liberty win for local school students

First-grade and second-grade students from the Storefront Academy, a charter school in the South Bronx, were treated to New York Liberty basketball game tickets Sunday afternoon

Liberty win four straight at home

The New York Liberty came out explosive against the Seattle Storm, but Sunday’s 94-86 win proved no easy romp.

Edwards inspires with new memoir

Over the past week, Simone Edwards made appearances as national representative for Caribbean American Heritage Month

After Finals loss, the Cavs begin to reassess their future

LeBron James’ seemingly superhuman feats weren’t enough to prevent the Golden State Warriors from engineering an authoritative 4-1 best-of-seven series win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the teams’ third consecutive meeting in the NBA Finals.

Puerto Rico claims seventh annual Golden Hoops Championship

The seventh annual Golden Hoops tipoff final this past Saturday at the Scan El Faro Beacon Community Center in Harlem