Tale of Two Networks. On Monday, Hall of Famer Al Kaline, among the most graceful and gracious to have played baseball, died at 85. The folks at MLB Network, as per their growing reputation, knew e…
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman will not be prosecuted for charges stemming from his January arrest for misdemeanor vandalism, multiple media outlets reported on Thursday.
World basketball's governing body has postponed the men's Olympic qualifiers, the European Championship and the Americas Championship by a year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, FIBA said on Thursday.
The day was Sept. 19, 2015. Myles Powell committed to Seton Hall during an official visit and would later become one of the program’s all-time greats. That same day, his close friend, Bryce Aiken, …
One trend we've seen during the continued coronavirus lockdown is the huge amount of home workout videos being posted to social media. While many are instructive and inspiring, the one we're featuring here certainly isn't.
Sports-hungry fans missing live events which are on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic will get a reprieve this weekend when Oklahoma City Thunder's 10-time All-Star Chris Paul leads a cast of current and retired players in the first NBA HORSE challenge.
Premier League clubs are to receive an advance on prize money and media payments to help ease cashflow problems during the coronavirus crisis
For the last three decades, Jim Nantz has been the voice in living rooms and bars for fans watching golf’s first major
Basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball, track, biking, golf, yoga, jumping jacks, squats. That’s how many sports and exercises former NHL player Jeremy Roenick,50, does in his social media #AtHomeAllStar challenge, while huffing and puffing, and more than one exasperated facial expression, bug eyes and wide-open mouth.
A game of H-O-R-S-E among some of the most prolific basketball players is going to happen.
WNBA legend and Hall of Famer Sheryl Swoopes is concerned for female athletes after the threat of coronavirus postponed the start of the season, saying that some players “have no idea if they will even be paid.”
You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In…