When the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, initially entered the consciousness of the vast majority of the American public in late January, it was still an unknown variable as to how it would affect the daily lives of this nation’s roughly ...
It took a lot to get to this point. They’d been reticent til now. As of last week, after all of the pressure put upon them to postpone the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Basketball arenas are empty. March Madness is silent. USA Basketball has suspended all its scheduled events, including 3X Nationals and the 2020 Nike Hoop Summit.
On March 15, the NCAA announced that championship brackets for the Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will not be released.
Flip the letters of the acronym NFL, and the abbreviation may represent nothing last forever.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Brooklyn Nets issued a press release that began with the announcement that four of their players have tested positive for the coronavirus.
It was a history-making season for Rider University women’s basketball, which ended its season 26–4 with a nine-game winning streak.
The U.S. women’s national soccer team deserves at minimum equal pay to their male counterparts.
The total number of those infected by the coronavirus continues to increase, daily, now over 2400, as well as the number of deaths.
The cliché about sports was that it was the great equalizer. But the power positions in the front offices of franchises tend to be of a certain hue.
It’s tournament time. New York City is one of locales lucky enough to participate. Starting yesterday, there were two: the Big East being held at Madison Square Garden and the other, the Atlantic 10, being held at Barclays Center across ...
It has been a hard fought and successful season for Columbia University women’s basketball. The team had hoped to finish regular season and Ivy League play with a flourish in its last two home games, but unfortunately that wasn’t the ...
As the current strain of the coronavirus continues to rapidly spread globally, its effect is being felt across a wide spectrum of sports.
On Tuesday night in Washington D.C. facing the Wizards, Knicks interim head coach Mike Miller didn’t waste time pulling his starters from the game as the listless first five fell behind 18-4.
The “Wow, stop playing” factor is subsiding. It’s just a matter of time before some other hit take or trending news item takes center stage, but the announcement of Kenny Atkinson’s firing early Saturday morning is still shocking to think ...