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Gang Green’s woes overshadowed by the Giants’ blues

The New York Giants 0-2 record, their troubled start, somewhat overshadows the 0-2 record of the Jets, their troubles and their slow start.

The Giants’ offense faces a crisis after 0-2 start

Giants offensive lineman Justin Pugh stood in front of his locker at MetLife Stadium a few minutes before midnight Monday steadfastly defending his fellow lineman Ereck Flowers.

Monroe soccer off to solid start

Soccer is a high-profile sport at Monroe College in New Rochelle, and the women’s soccer team is showcasing some stellar New York area talent this season.

With changes at the top does it make it harder at the bottom

NBA trades and free agency signings over the summer, the offseason, meant to strengthen teams, straighten out cap problems and sometimes, personality problems have dominated the sports pages the last two summers.

NYC Basketball Hall of Fame set to welcome newest class

The New York City Basketball Hall of Fame will honor its 2017 class Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the Bryant Park Grill in Manhattan headlined by former Christ the King Regional High School star and two-time NBA champion Lamar Odom

Sparks/Lynx rematch in WNBA finals

The Washington Mystics might have stopped the New York Liberty in their tracks to advance to the semi-finals of the WNBA playoffs, but once there the team was no match for three-time WNBA Champions, the Minnesota Lynx. The Lynx trounced ...

Golovkin-Canelo raises more suspicions about boxing

The texts flooded this reporter’s phone immediately after the decision was rendered in the middleweight championship fight between Gennady Golovkin from Kazakhstan and Canelo Alvarez from Mexico in Las Vegas Saturday night.

US Open 2017 champions 

A No. 1 ranked player, Rafael Nadal proved that he is the No. 1. Four American women reached the singles U.S. Open semifinals for the first time since 1981.

Jemele Hill vs. Donald Trump vs. ESPN

On Friday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted this: "ESPN is paying a really big price for its politics (and bad programming).

The Jets only have possibles—one, maybe two, maybe three

The New England Patriots, the defending Super Bowl champions, lost their home opener, game one of the 2017-18 National Football League season, with the ring presentations and the raising of the Super Bowl banner and the commissioner, Roger Goodell, making ...

Giants’ offense stalls in season opening loss to Cowboys

It shouldn’t have surprised anyone that in their first game of the 2017 regular season the Giants’ offense picked up where it left off at the end of last season, unable to effectively put the ball in the end zone.

Mets and Yankees travel opposite paths this season

It’s been a tale of two seasons for the Mets and Yankees. The latter is on pace to earn a spot in baseball’s postseason tournament whereas the former has been an abject disappointment.

Mystics knock Liberty out of the playoffs

“What happened?” That was the inevitable question after the New York Liberty was defeated by the Washington Mystics 82‑68 Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

No one ever gives you a slam—You gotta take it

In just two weeks, Aug. 28 through Sept. 10, new stars have emerged into the tennis world, and on its biggest stage, the U.S. Open.

Sloane Stephens authors improbable US Open championship

The year was 1981, the last time four American women reached the semifinals at the U.S. Open. It was also the last time there was an All-American junior girls final at the tournament.

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