There’s been some bright spots, but the road hasn’t been easy for the Nets

The Brooklyn Nets play the Denver Nuggets tonight (Thursday, Nov. 14), their fourth game of a five-game road trip, their first road trip this season.

The Knicks’ identity remains unclear as losing persists

As the fourth quarter was coming to a close on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden with the Knicks concluding an embarrassing performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers

Firsts and legacies celebrated at NYAC All Sports dinner

Last year, Deanna Price attended the New York Athletic Club All Sports dinner admiring the successful athletes all around her.

Columbia scores big win over Fordham

The coaches and players of Columbia University women’s basketball have been saying the team is playing with a greater sense of unity, and on Sunday they proved it with a strong 70–51 victory over Fordham University.

Giants have few answers after hitting rock bottom

The Giants’ 34-27 loss to the Jets at MetLife Stadium this past Sunday wasn’t surprising or even unexpected.

A win and a win streak—minimalism at best

The Jets did what they had to do on Sunday.

Is the Colin Kaepernick workout an NFL public relations ploy?

Let’s call it The Kap Slap. Or maybe The Sham. Both inscriptions are apt for the workout the NFL has scheduled for Colin Kaepernick to take place this Saturday in Atlanta.

Holcombe Rucker Community League celebrates their programs and honorees

In preparation for their upcoming 70th anniversary, the Holcombe Rucker Community League celebrated their 69th anniversary with its first gala/fundraiser this past week.

Kenyan Joyciline Jepkosgei shocks all, dominates this year’s marathon

Kenya, a country in East Africa with a population of 49 million plus people, is a leading producer and exporter of tea, coffee and fresh produce.

Kamworor retakes the title at the TCS NYC Marathon

Geoffrey Kamworor can make a 26.2 mile trek across uneven terrain look like a short fitness run.

The Knicks find themselves torn between wins and development

The Knicks played their eighth game of this season last night (Wednesday) against the Detroit Pistons on the road.

Brooklyn is in line for some practice and some camaraderie

The Brooklyn Nets have had three away games so far this season, none consecutive.

Monroe revs up for NJCAA National Championships

The men’s and women’s cross country squads at Monroe College are heading to Albuquerque, New Mexico to compete at the National Junior College Athletic Association cross country national championship meet on Saturday.

Hunter prepares for the CUNYAC championship

The entire season for Hunter College volleyball has been building toward the upcoming Division III NCAA Tournament.

The bleak Giants try to avert shrinking against the lowly Jets

The Dallas Cowboys were expected to beat the Giants at MetLife Stadium on Monday night.