Chelsea legends Ashley Cole and Micheal Essien dedicate field in Harlem

The multimillion dollar project, located below Riverbank State Park, is scheduled to have its opening in late summer or early fall of next year

New York and New Jersey D I volleyball teams perform well

Collegiate women’s volleyball is a fall sport, and regular season is a wrap. For those teams with winning records, postseason is now in play.

Giants hunt win No. 3 on Thanksgiving in Washington

So the Giants do have a pulse! They revealed signs of life in winning only their second game of the season last Sunday, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 12-9 in overtime at home on a 23-yard field goal by kicker ...

Hornacek makes basketball fun again for the Knicks

Last season was one of toil and discontent for the Knicks players and coaching staff. They went 31-51 and were subjected to former team president Phil Jackson’s divisive and counter-productive tactics.

The Brooklyn Nets must find other reasons to give thanks

There is no thanks or pats on the back right now from the Brooklyn Nets for those who construct their regular season NBA schedule.

Madison Square Garden Company announces intention to sell New York Liberty

On Nov. 14, the last original owner of a WNBA franchise announced it is calling it a day on women’s professional basketball. T

City Council honors legendary runner Dr. Norbert Sander

Dr. Norbert Sander, a legendary distance runner and one of the most prominent figures in the long, storied history of New York City track and field was honored posthumously last Saturday by the New York City Council with the street ...

Brooklyn Nets’ anthem singer partakes in courageous ‘silent protest’

Concluding the singing of the national anthem at the Brooklyn Nets home opener against the Orlando Magic at the Barclay’s Center Friday evening, Oct. 20 Justine Skye utilized her platform in front of a nationally televised audience to heighten awareness ...

After a long five-game road trip, Boston, Utah and the Warriors welcome Brooklyn home

There could have been a “Welcome Home” sign flashed across the marquee of Barclays Center facing Atlantic and Flatbush avenues in downtown Brooklyn Tuesday night.

Ntilikina and the Knicks make a statement to the NBA

Monday night at Madison Square Garden, Frank Ntilikina officially became a New Yorker, ceremoniously assuming his place as a New York Knick.

Giants plunge deeper into apathy and distress

During his five-minute presser, McAdoo often repeated the statement, “We need to take a long look at the tape.”

The fairy tale may have ended, but the quest for jobs and respect is real

There are two New York NFL teams, but neither have enough wins between them to get either team to the playoffs.

Jones works toward Olympic gold

Just as track athletes have before her, Jones has taken up the sport of bobsled and is racing full speed toward the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

History and legacy of NYAC celebrated at All Sports dinner

Everywhere you looked at Monday night’s All Sports dinner at the New York Athletic Club there was athletic excellence.

GQ’s Citizen of the Year—The debate around Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick became the topic of discussion once again on sports show programs and social media posts after being named the 2017 Citizen of the Year by GQ magazine earlier this week.