Late NBA star Kobe Bryant was a hero in Los Angeles, but he also had connections to the east coast, and specifically, NYC’s Harlem neighborhood.
The Harlem Globetrotters, are world-famous for originating basketball style with skilled athletes of the highest order.
UPTOWN Ventures Group, the parent company of UPTOWN Magazine, with title sponsor Lexus, today announced the honorees for the prestigious LEXUS UPTOWN HONORS HOLLYWOOD.
On Saturday, June 22, 2019, Harlem will be celebrating basketball returning to Rucker Park of course in Harlem, NY!
New York is a basketball city and home to Madison Square Garden, sometimes referred to as the “Mecca of Basketball.”
Mega-sports stars NY Giant and Harlem fave Odell Beckham Jr., Stephen Curry, LeBron James, Alex Morgan, Cam Newton, Ronda Rousey, Rob Gronkowski, Leticia Bufoni, Usain Bolt, Simone Biles and this year’s host, Russell Wilson, were the winners at Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports 2016, the only show where kids celebrate their favorite athletes and the year’s most…
By Marc Rasbury When the news broke on Monday that the New York Knicks fired head coach Derek Fisher most people were shocked. However, there were some that saw this coming.
Carmelo Anthony set two scoring records last night when he pumped in 62 points as his New York Knicks defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 125-96 at Madison Square Garden:
Over lunch at her home in the Bronx recently, Mary Rucker-Thomas spoke about the pride she felt for the enduring legacy of her husband, Holcombe Rucker.
Holcombe Rucker was born on March 2, in 1926, in Harlem, NY at 141st Street & Bradhurst Avenue by his grandmother, Rosa Deniston.
I know that there are plenty of player haters out there when it comes to one Phil Jackson. Some might consider him arrogant and pompous.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF-5B4VY3_c&hl=en_US&fs=1&] Harlem Diddy‘s interview with the infamous Martin Bashir on ABC. It’s an interesting interview where Bashir and Diddy talks about…
By Mike Robinson Charles Oakley and James Dolan clashed heads at The Garden on national television earlier this February, and the situation has just kept getting stranger and stranger for Knicks‘ fans in Harlem and all of the other boroughs.