‘Clueless’ Dennis Smith Jr.’s Knicks exit looks likely with allies gone

Part 14 of a series analyzing the New York Knicks Point guard Dennis Smith Jr. helped get former Knicks president Steve Mills fired. It was bad enough Mills failed to use the Knicks’ league-high ca…

NBA 'angling' alternative plans to 'shut the season down' amid coronavirus threat: report

The NBA suspended the season more than three weeks ago in the hope that play would resume over the course of the next few weeks, but as time passes by and the situation regarding the spread of COVID-19 continues to worsen, the league appears to be making plans to cancel the season altogether, according to reports.

Liverpool place non-playing staff on furlough

European champions join Newcastle, Tottenham, Bournemouth and Norwich in turning to the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

At least I can be Wimbledon champion for two years, says Halep

Simon Halep is trying to look on the bright side regarding the suspension of the tennis season due to the coronavirus pandemic, which means at least she will be referred to as reigning Wimbledon champion for two years.

Knicks mailbag: Don’t blame the losing on Tarrytown facility

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 mailba…

Olympics delay can benefit Team GB, says head of British Cycling

Games have been pushed back to summer 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic

When is the Virtual Grand National and how can I watch it?

Real event will not take place at Aintree due to coronavirus lockdown

'At risk' Maradona in lockdown at Argentina base but offers to take pay cut due to coronavirus chaos

"At risk" Argentina legend Diego Maradona is dealing with isolation "as best he can" and has offered to take a pay cut in his role as head coach at Superliga strugglers Gimnasia, the club's president has revealed.

Two pitches may have led to Noah Syndergaard’s elbow issues

You can be sure of one thing. No one will work harder to come back from Tommy John surgery than Noah Syndergaard. “This guy works like no one else,’’ former Mets manager and current adviser Terry C…

Anthony Volpe opens up about brief Yankees taste, coronavirus plan

Anthony Volpe was in the middle of his first professional spring training last month when Yankees minor leaguers were quarantined after a player tested positive for the coronavirus. A first-round p…

Mitchell Robinson is a Knicks win in every way

Part 13 of a series analyzing the New York Knicks On Feb. 9 in Atlanta, Knicks center Mitchell Robinson discussed big man Clint Capela, who had just been introduced at a press conference as the new…

Why Dion Lewis wanted unenviable role as Saquon Barkley’s Giants backup

No one can say Dion Lewis is not prepared for what awaits him with the Giants. He learned the art of patience the past two years, and especially last season, as a seldom-used running back, watching…

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