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Has Brooklyn gotten their swagger back? Can they maintain it?

After far exceeding expectations this season, the Brooklyn Nets are currently in line to make the postseason, but after a three game slide last week, dropping from a No. 6 seed to 7, a tough schedule facing them, and a ...

The Knicks’ education continues on final western road trip

The Knicks were officially eliminated from playoff contention Monday night, March 4, with a 115-108 loss to the Sacramento Kings.

NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar auctions valued mementos to 'Give Kids a Shot That Can’t Be Blocked'

When Kareem Abdul-Jabbar left the NBA in 1989 at age 42, no NBA player had ever scored more points, blocked more shots, won more Most Valuable Player Awards, played in more All-Star Games or logged more seasons.

Hunter wins first CUNYAC women’s basketball title in 15 years

In a tense, physical game in which the lead swung back and forth, Hunter College prevailed over Brooklyn College 76–65 to win its first CUNY Athletic Conference title since 2004.

University of Mississippi basketball players reject racist symbolism

This past Saturday, Feb. 23, at the University of Mississippi, two pro-Confederacy groups, Confederate 901 and the Hiwaymen, applied the First Amendment rights granted them by staging a march on the grounds of the sprawling campus.

For Clyde, it was serendipitous, but abounding and astounding

Through the annals of New York sports history, several names ring out, but none more than Walt “Clyde” Frazier.

Biney is hitting her stride

It has been a great year for short track speed skater Maame Biney.

Led by youngsters, the Knicks experience the joy of winning

The unbridled look of joy on the players’ faces was unmistakable as the Knicks gathered near half court at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night Feb.26.

The next 40 days and 40 nights could be biblical for Brooklyn

Between Friday, March 1 and April 10, the Brooklyn Nets have 19 games left to solidify their playoff position.

Another MLK Jr. basketball tournament, but the refs made it special

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. All-Star Games, the ninth annual, was hosted Saturday, Feb. 23, at the El Faro Beacon facility on East 121st Street in East Harlem.

Athing Mu is simply sensational setting new 600-meter mark

Athing Mu is a prodigy, even her elite opponents at the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships were stunned by her performance.

The All-Star game distances Brooklyn even further from your New York Knicks

Fans of New York basketball seem obsessed with making their Knicks great again.

The Knicks remain in the hunt for Zion while still chasing wins

Legions of Knicks fans are conflicted.

Monroe heads into nationals on upbeat note

With its highest ever national ranking (No. 2), the women’s track and field team at Monroe College is preparing for the upcoming NJCAA Indoor Championships, intent to succeed.

St. John’s loses close game to DePaul at the Garden

St. John’s University women’s basketball team came into Sunday’s game against DePaul University at Madison Square Garden on a high.