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Puerto Rico claims seventh annual Golden Hoops Championship

The seventh annual Golden Hoops tipoff final this past Saturday at the Scan El Faro Beacon Community Center in Harlem

Warriors dethrone Cavaliers for second title in three years

The Warriors have defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, clinching their second title in three years and their fifth in team history, avenging the loss to Cleveland after blowing a 3-1 lead a year ...

You either like Golden State or you don’t

We live in a divided society.

LeBron James and the Cavs hope for a miracle in the NBA Finals

The bloodied but unbowed Cleveland Cavaliers returned home last night (Wednesday) for Game 3 of the NBA Finals after being bludgeoned by the Golden State Warriors in Oakland in Games 1 and 2 by a combined 41 points.

Local teens named to USA Basketball U16 National Team

This time of year, Diamond Miller of Somerset, N.J., should be taking final exams and revving up for a summer of AAU basketball.

Collective effort brings Liberty successful results

What a difference three days make.

Harlem greats come out to support the John Hunter Camp Fund 

The John Hunter Memorial Camp Fund hosted another fabulous Robert “Bob” Douglass Hall of Fame Awards luncheon Sunday, raising money once again, their 45th year, to send deserving and financially in need children from the metropolitan area to summer camp.

Aaron Judge dramatically becomes the new face of the Yankees

The hype surrounding the Yankees’ 25-year-old right fielder Aaron Judge is understandable.

The curious case of Colin Kaepernick continues

When Colin Kaepernick decided he was not going to stand during the ceremonial playing of the Star-Bangled Banner, the U.S. national anthem, before his National Football League games with the San Francisco 49ers last season, he was acutely aware there ...

Cavs and Dubs: A star war—The Finals of the trilogy

Throughout the years in sports and entertainment, there have been several great trilogies that have fully captured the attention of a genre’s fans, transcended them and become iconic classics.

The underdog Cavaliers chase an NBA repeat against the hungry Warriors

The defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers enter Game 1 of the NBA Finals tonight in Oakland against the Golden State Warriors with an unfavorable outlook from computer algorithms and Las Vegas odds makers. Yet they are the decided underdog according ...

Four NY/NJ athletes advance to NCAA Track and Field Championships

They came out hard and several posted personal bests, but most of the Division I female track and field athletes from the New York/New Jersey area fell short at the NCAA Outdoor Regional Championships in Lexington, Ky.

Liberty fight hard, but fall to LA Sparks

Three New York Liberty players scored in double figures and the bench played some solid minutes, but it wasn’t enough against the defending WNBA Champion Los Angeles Sparks. Candace Parker put up a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, ...

Baseball players can hold a grudge—They have long memories

During the eighth inning of Monday’s Memorial Day baseball game in San Francisco, the Giants versus the Washington Nationals, who were leading 2-0 with two outs, the bases empty, right fielder Bryce Harper up to bat is hit in the ...

Stargell auction elicits pain and anger for the family

Sports memorabilia is a lucrative business. The estimated global revenue exceeds $7 billion according to multiple sources that track sales and profits.