Category Archives: Basketball

Nets Need to Keep Pushing for that Higher Seed

After the win at home against Houston on Tuesday, the Nets home streak reached a remarkable 14.  With only eight games left in the season, the Nets currently find themselves as the

Season On The Line For Knicks In Last Few Games

The New York Knicks are back on the east coast after their five game west coast trip had ended. They finished the trip going 3-2. The two loses were by blown out fashion to

Brooklyn Nets Defined By Their Depth

82,403,823 is the number of millions of dollars that the Brooklyn Nets opening night starting five will collect this season — which is more than the entire payroll of every single team

The Battle for the New York Hardwood

New York City is an iconic sports town, a huge market for professionally athletes to make money, tons of history and historic players in the four major sports. Each team in their respective

JaKarr Sampson Taking a Leap of Faith

St. John’s 6 foot 9 inch, 214 lbs. sophomore forward JaKarr Sampson announced Monday evening that he would be declaring for the 2014 NBA Draft.  He played in 66 games over 2

Jason Kidd has Nets’ Mojo in Full Gear

Remember when people said Jason Kidd was “over his head,” when referring to his ability to be a head coach? Those sentiments seem pretty premature at this point, as the Nets are

New Brunswick Celebrity Basketball Game to Feature Rutgers Pro Athletes vs. New Brunswick All Stars

The New Brunswick Celebrity Basketball Game will take place this Thursday, March 27, at 6:30 PM, returning to New Brunswick High School’s current location at 1000 Somerset Street for the second consecutive

Only One New York Basketball Team Should Be Talking Playoffs…

Early Sunday afternoon the Atlanta Hawks coughed up a double-digit fourth quarter lead against the Toronto Raptors, giving the New York Knicks an opportunity to move within two games of a playoff

Welcome Back Zen. Phil Jackson Returns to New York

As most of you all know, Phil Jackson has been brought back to where he started his NBA career to be the President of Basketball Operations of the New York Knicks. With

Can the Knicks Make the Final Push?

  Through this up and down season that has had every member of the Knicks organization on the hot seat at one point, the team has started to gel and is making

SHU Pirates Lose to Providence Friars, but have a Hopeful Future

The Seton Hall University Pirates came up short Friday night and they lost to the Providence College Friars 80-74. Providence will be advancing to the BIG EAST tournament final to face Doug

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Former Liberty Star, Kym Hampton, Continuing Stardom

For Kym Hampton, making the transition from a star basketball player to a star on stage wasn’t an easy process.  Overcoming her shyness to sing in public because as she put it: