Stephen Jackson rallies for justice for 'brother' Floyd

NBA champion Stephen Jackson on Friday said he would not allow the police to assail the character of George Floyd, a friend he called his "twin" who was killed this week by a police officer in Minneapolis, sparking widespread outrage and days of protest.

Bill Belichick-Jets dynasty that wasn’t came down to ‘control’

In a weeklong series, The Post is looking at alternate realities in New York sports. We are examining “what if” scenarios for our teams, reversals of fortune that would have radically changed not o…

'Am I next?' Tennis star Gauff joins chorus of protest after Minneapolis death

Teenage tennis phenomenon Coco Gauff released a video protesting killings of African-Americans in the United States on Friday, joining a chorus of outrage across the country that followed the death of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis.

Roger Federer becomes world's highest paid athlete, says Forbes

Swiss tennis player Roger Federer overtakes footballer Lionel Messi as the world's highest paid athlete for 2020, according to Forbes.

Daniel Jones’ rookie season made a big impression on Chris Simms

Former NFL quarterback Chris Simms is apparently a big fan of Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. The bottom 10 pass-throwers on Simms’ annual Top-40 quarterback rankings does not include Jones — mean…

Knicks season looks over as practice facility reopens: ‘Long shot’

The Knicks finally opened their training facility in Tarrytown on Friday but that does not mean they will be part of the season’s restart. According to an NBA source, commissioner Adam Silver’s Boa…

The NBA has its target return date: July 31

The NBA is next in line for a comeback. Days after the NHL announced its plan for a 24-team playoff tournament, NBA commissioner Adam Silver informed the board of governors that the league is targe…

Warriors' Steve Kerr credits successful NBA career to Michael Jordan: 'I owe him everything'

Would Steve Kerr be a five-time NBA champion and eventually go on to be head coach for the Golden State Warriors today had Michael Jordan not come out of retirement and join him on the Chicago Bulls in 1995? He doesn’t think so. 

Report: Dodgers P Price gives $1K apiece to team's minor leaguers

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price will gift $1,000 to each of the players in the team's minor-league system, MLB writer Francys Romero reported.

Bengals rookie Joe Burrow says 'black community needs our help' in wake of George Floyd death, viole

Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow was the latest athlete to speak out about societal issues after George Floyd’s police-involved death in Minneapolis earlier this week.

Broncos' Melvin Gordon jokes playing for Chargers is like playing in fan-less stadiums: 'I’m not mis

The NFL seems confident that stadiums will have fans at the start of the season but Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordan says it’s nothing he hasn’t already experienced while playing for the Los Angeles Chargers. 

'We aren't backing down': New US ruling says letting transgender girls compete in high school sports

A row over transgender athletes has intensified after education chiefs threatened funding cuts and backed a challenge from female-born competitors in a ruling labeled by campaigners as "yet another Trump administration attack."

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