Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullin discuss what it was like to face off as coaches after Georgetown defeated St. John's at the Garden.
Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard discusses his team's rally in a 90-84 victory over a talented Creighton Bluejays team.
On this episode of Athletics Appetites, Bart Scott joins Michelle Yu to discuss his new show on WFAN, which debuts on January 2.
Kevin Willard breaks down Myles Powell's pivotal play in the second half, as the Pirates defeat No. 22-ranked Texas Tech, 89-79.
Cheese Chisholm joins GEICO SportsNite to discuss what it's like to play for the the Harlem Globetrotters and how he earned his nickname.
St. John's men's basketball coach Chris Mullin breaks down his team's 79-56 win over Nebraska on Thursday night.
The No. 22 ranked Seton Hall men's basketball team defeated Indiana on Wednesday night, 84-68, to improve to 3-0 on the season.
The St. John's Red Storm look ready to improve on their record from last season. Marvin Clark thinks they're capable of big things.
Harlem Lacrosse is a non-profit organization created in 2011 in hopes of providing at-risk youth a chance at a better life through the sport of lacrosse.
The program is solely supported by private funds and charity donations from businesses and individuals.
Former Notre Dame Lacrosse player and current SNY anchor Eamon McAnaney is running the NYC Marathon to help support Harlem Lacrosse. To make a donation towards Eamon's fundraising cause, check out his twitter page here: @emacSNY...
Michael Baker has been named the new head boys basketball coach at Paterson Eastside, the school that was at the center of a recruiting violations and human trafficking scandal last winter.
Baker, 48, will be charged with cleaning up the historic program and getting it back on track following the scandal. His top assistant will be former Eastside star Tony Murphy Jr.
"It's my goal to rebuild a program the city of Paterson can be proud of," Baker said. "Through consistent hard work, my staff and I hope to repair the community's trust in our basketball program. We want our players and their parents to know we will do right by them. I know high school sports is important in Paterson. But before we get into X's and O's, we have to build character and teach our student athletes about winning the every day challeges of life. We want to get back to the principles this program was built on and that's winning the right way."
Sterling.VC, a division of Sterling Equities, announced their Overwatch League team, the New York Excelsior, on Monday.
New York Excelsior, or "NYXL", will be one of the 12 franchises to participate in the inaugural season of Activision Blizzard's Overwatch League. It is also New York City's first esports franchise.
"It is an amazing opportunity to have NYXL be part of a brand new professional league and representing the city of New York," Jeff Wilpon, Co-Founder and Parnter of Sterling.VC said. "We've put together a strong team and look forward to competing at the highest level."
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) Kurt Rawlings ran for a touchdown and threw for another and Yale's defense stymied Columbia 23-6 on Saturday, ending the Lions' seven-game winning streak, its longest since 1935.
Columbia University football, which has struggled in years past, is on the cusp of making some history. For the first time since 1932, Columbia has the chance to improve to 7-0.
Standing in the way of that is a Yale team that has started the year with a 5-1 record.
WFAN radio personality Craig Carton has resigned from his position at the station, according to a press release from his publicist.
For 10 years I've had the great privilege of showing up to work every day at my dream job. I have nothing but love and respect for my co-host, the show and the entire CBS Radio family and I've always tried to represent them in the best possible light.
Unfortunately, the unfounded legal issues currently plaguing me will only be a distraction to everyone at WFAN and the show I helped build. With that in mind, I have submitted my resignation to the station and they accepted. I am sad to see this chapter of my life close but know that it will allow me to focus on my family, my well-being and clearing my name, while giving the show the best opportunity to succeed without further disruption.
The Universal Open's Northeast Regional will take place on August 6th from SNY's downtown studios.
Coverage begins at 5pm Streaming Live on the NBC Sports App before switching to SNY at 8pm.
A group of professional gamers joins the show to explain what exactly Rocket League is and how it's played.
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor exchange another round of verbal blows as they face one another in Brooklyn.
In the latest installment of JRSportBrief on SNY.tv, JR welcomes the circus surrounding the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight.
Adrien Broner (33-2) will square off against Mikey Garcia (36-0) on Saturday, July 29th at Barclays Center.
SportsNite reports from Jersey City where St. Anthony High School is closing, leaving behind a long and storied basketball legacy.
An "unprecedented" level of sanctions have been levied against Paterson Eastside High School stemming from the scandal involving the school's men's basketball team, reports Matthew Stanmyre and Steve Politi of NJAM.
The scandal revolved around a controversial pipeline that funneled talented players from all over the world to the public school.
State criminal investigators had launched an inquiry in May, Stanmyre and Politi reported at the time.
The sanctions will include a two-year state tournament ban for the boys and girls basketball teams, with one year already served, as well as a two-year coaching suspension for boys coach Juan Griles and a two-year probationary period for the entire Eastside athletics department.
Jonas Schwartz sits down with Eric LeGrand to discuss his seventh annual "A Walk to Believe" 5K event, among other New York football topics.
State criminal investigators have launched an inquiry into the Paterson Eastside High basketball scandal, according to Matthew Stanmyre and Steve Politi of NJ Advanced Media.
This marks a significant turn in the story of a controversial pipeline that funneled talented players from all over the world to the public school.
Investigators from the Division of Criminal Justice in the Office of the Attorney General are actively reaching out to staff members inside the school and setting up interviews.
"It would be nice for somebody to get to the bottom of this so that we can start doing things the right way," said Rich Callaway, a longtime teacher and union representative at Eastside, in a telephone interview. "Because right now, it's not even close."