Carmelo Anthony, his legacy on the line, had no choice but to win this series.
Willis Reed doesn't think the injured Knicks should sacrifice their bodies.
Sandy Alderson should apologize for allowing steroids to spread on his watch.
A judge's ruling to reinstate Ray Rice is further proof of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's failings, writes Ian O'Connor.
With a pink slip awaiting, here's how Rex could spend his free time
J.R. Smith is a square peg that doesn't fit Phil Jackson's triangle.
Jan. 16, 2011, at Gillette Stadium marks the Jets' last day of glory in Rex's era.
Michael Vick's greatest victory didn't take place on a football field.
Remembering Payne Stewart at Pinehurst
Game 6 was a referendum on D-Will's place in BK. Sunday will be no different.
Melo has challenged Phil Jackson to up his game, too, and rightfully so.
Derek Jeter will be the Jeter of old, not the old Jeter in farewell season.
If Melo stays in New York he should admit that it's all about getting paid.
John Mara, the New York Giants co-owner instrumental in bringing Super Bowl XLVIII to MetLife Stadium, said Sunday morning he would like the New York/New Jersey region to host the big game again.
The only way to beat Peyton Manning? "Hit him," says Lawrence Taylor.
A-Rod called his penalty an "injustice." More than that, it was a crushing defeat.