Category Archives: Basketball

A Little Too Late For New York Knicks

The New York Knicks were going to have to break history in order to make the playoffs this season. After a terrible start to the season, getting off to a 3-13 record, the

Knicks Take Gamble on Odom

The New York Knicks announced on Wednesday night that they have officially signed Lamar Odom to a 2-year deal. The second year of the deal is not guaranteed. The Knicks had until the

Liberty Trades for Charles, Serious About Championsh​ip Run

Bill Laimbeer has two areas that are apparent about him. One, he believes in big players. He likes the power game on both ends of the court. The other however is a

Mason Plumlee Has Made His Presence Known As Nets Season Progressed

The Brooklyn Nets made many roster upgrades before this season, most notably acquiring Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett via the Celtics. As the regular season comes to a close this week, Mason Plumlee

Connecticut Women’s Basketball Makes Big Moves in 2014 WNBA Draft

Connecticut Sun lands No. 1 pick while University of Connecticut seniors go in the first round.

Week of Waiting is Over, Knicks Return After Four Day Break

The New York Knicks hit an odd point in their schedule this week when they had four consecutive days off leading up to their game against Toronto this Friday (today). The team they are

Playoffs? You’re Talking Playoffs?!? Knicks Should Concentrate on Next Season

As the basketball season has hit its final month, the New York Knicks, who have been a disappointment, seemed to have hit their stride and have begun winning games. J.R. Smith was finally looking like

Adonis Delarosa Stays at Home to Play for St. John’s

The St. John’s men’s basketball team has finally received some positive news this off season.  Adonis Delarosa, a 6-11′ 260-pound center from Christ the King in Queens, has verbally committed to play

Denied: Nets Complete Season Sweep of Miami Heat

Mason Plumlee’s block of Lebron James’ buzzer-beating dunk attempt capped off a 53 percent shooting night and an 88-87 victory over the two-time defending champion Miami Heat. It was the fourth victory

UConn Knocks Off Number-One Seeded Florida 63-53

ARLINGTON, Texas– They did it once and they did it again. The University of Connecticut Huskies pulled off the biggest upset of their tournament journey thus far, not only beating Florida, but

St. John’s Sophomore Chris Obekpa to Transfer

6’9, 240 pound Sophomore Chris Obepka has decided transfer from St. John’s. After spending two years with the Red Storm and being an integral part of the rotation he will be looking

UConn vs. Florida Final Four Match-up: A Dogfight in Dallas

ARLINGTON, Texas– It seems like just yesterday that senior First Team All-American Shabazz Napier sank the game-winner against Florida that made a fired up Gampel Pavilion crowd erupt in Storrs, CT over