Julius Randle proves to be NBA All-Star worthy

Julius Randle put an exclamation point on his spectacular performance at Madison Square Garden on Monday night by draining an improbable, off-balance, 26-foot three-pointer in front of the Knicks’ bench with three minutes and 18 seconds remaining in the game.

Jesse Daniels leverages pick-up basketball into entrepreneurship

An innumerable number of Black and Brown boys growing up in the inner cities of America aspire to become NBA players.

Athletes face long haul in recovering from COVID-19

According to medical researchers, an estimated 10% of patients who contract COVID-19 become long haulers, a term used to describe people that experience weeks and months of symptoms after they are infected.

Thibodeau and D-Rose reunite to boost the Knicks’ offense

Derrick Rose was once arguably the most dynamic guard in the NBA.

Arians affords Black coaches the opportunity to shine at Super Bowl LV

Newly minted Super Bowl champion Bruce Arians has long been a popular figure among NFL players, notably Black players, for his unmistakable swag.

The Nets prepare for a nine-day, five-game road trip

The Brooklyn Nets take their show on the road this week for a nine-day, five-game, West Coast road trip that begins Saturday, Feb. 13 against the Golden State Warriors.

Brady and the Buccaneers dominate the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV

Super Bowl Bowl LV this past Sunday was billed as a uniquely special game pitting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Tom Brady, the winningest quarterback in postseason history, versus the NFL’s new young prodigy, the Kansas City Chiefs’ 25-year-old quarterback Patrick ...

Berry builds momentum toward Olympics

Hammer thrower Gwendolyn Berry is focused on training and preparing to be her best at the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Liberty sign Rutgers alum Betnijah Laney

Last week the New York Liberty announced the signing of free agent guard/forward Betnijah Laney, who was named the WNBA’s 2020 Most Improved Player for her work with the Atlanta Dream.

Knicks’ Quickley is making an early positive impact

Sometimes it’s not when a player is drafted, but by which team that determines their career trajectory.

Bianca Smith makes baseball history

When Bianca Smith officially joins the Boston Red Sox organization this spring as a minor league coach, she will be the first Black woman to serve as a coach in professional baseball.

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs shoot for a Super Bowl repeat

Until last season, the Kansas City Chiefs hadn’t won a Super Bowl since 1970.

Brady looks to enhance his unmatched resume in Super Bowl LV

It’s time for even the most unyielding Tom Brady deniers to admit that he is the best quarterback to ever play the position.

Surrounded by All-Stars, Harris remains a key piece for the Nets

With James Harding joining Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to form the NBA’s latest Big 3, Nets small forward Joe Harris’ importance to the team’s title aspirations should not be minimized.

Seeking consistency, Thibodeau solidifies the Knicks’ rotation

An abbreviated training camp and shortened preseason schedule, compounded by injuries to several players, left Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau grappling with lineup changes over the first five weeks of the season.