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The Giants fall deeper into the abyss as Week 5 looms

Depending on one’s definition of over, it isn’t an exaggeration to make the claim that the Giants’ season is indeed over. For a team that had justifiable expectations to be a Super Bowl contender, the winless Giants now are hanging ...

The Jets come back hard, make strides in the face of adversity

The overtime period in the press box of the New York Jets game Sunday at MetLife Stadium was kind of like a re-enactment of a high school class room with a substitute teacher. Someone yells out, “It was the best ...

A local road win? For the Brooklyn Nets, it’s a start

The Brooklyn Nets began their new NBA 2017-18 season with a 115-107 road win against the New York Knicks Tuesday night. Although it’s only a preseason road game across the bridge in Manhattan, it’s a positive. A win is a ...

Judge and the Yankees power their way to the ALDS

Forget Aaron Judge having postseason jitters. If there was any concern that the Yankees prodigious rookie would show signs of nervousness under the beaming lights of playoff baseball, he resoundingly put those concerns to rest Tuesday night.

Royal Skills Clinic Celebrates 10 years

Friday and Saturday, Aug. 25, and Aug 26, the Royal Ivey Skills Clinic, along with Defending Your Dream, Inc., celebrated 10 years of working with neighborhood boys and girls aged 8 to 13 in the community of Hollis, Queens.

JetBlue donates $10,000 to the Harlem Jets youth football league

JetBlue Airways recently surprised the Harlem Jets youth football team with a $10,000 donation to continue providing services to the city’s youngest football players.

NFL anthem protests continue with raised fists, T-shirt slogans

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton raised his fist in a black-power salute after scoring a touchdown. Pittsburgh Steeler Alejandro Villanueva was joined on the field by his teammates this time.

NFL owners attempt to control the narrative

The protests have increased. They have spiraled from Colin Kaepernick’s initially sitting during the national anthem to kneeling, to being joined by other teammates, and then by players from other teams and other sports.

Trump uses athletes as a diversion from critical issues

Donald Trump continues to effectively use athletes and others whose livelihoods are considerably tied to sports to divert the masses’ attention from critical issues confronting this nation.

Big East guides student-athletes in transition to life after college basketball

All the Big East conference schools sent a selection of women’s basketball student-athletes to New York last weekend to participate in the second annual Transition Game Program.

Sparks and Lynx tied with one win each in the WNBA Finals

For the second year in a row, the two best teams in the WNBA are battling it out for the championship. The Los Angeles Sparks claimed game one 85-84 in a buzzer beater by Chelsea Gray.

Giants improve but remain winless heading to Tampa

The Giants’ gut-wrenching loss to the Eagles this past Sunday in Philadelphia proved to be at once encouraging and disheartening for a team whose Super Bowl aspirations are rapidly dissipating.

Jet offense, Jet defense and possible jet lag, make the Jaguars beatable

The work and faith that has been put into the New York Jets since the start of training camp have finally showed some dividends.

For the Nets, new trees are growing in Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Nets opened their training camp this week with optimism and hope.

With Melo gone, the Knicks officially enter a period of rebuilding

Carmelo Anthony is finally a former New York Knick, traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday for center Enes Kanter, forward Doug McDermott and the Chicago Bulls’ 2018 second-round draft pick.