The National Basketball Association has had to endure a shorter wait than normal between Draft classes, and the New York Knicks will be eager to build on their first playoff appearance in eight years. Continue Reading →
New York is widely recognized as one of the most passionate sports cities in America. Even if the city hasn’t been on top in the major sports lately the way it has been in the past, the enthusiasm never seems to wane. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Ed Davila
On Thursday, April 4th, 2019, was the Calvin “Cal” Ramsey Going Home Service attended by basketball legends Pee Wee Kirkland, John Starks, Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, Tiny Archibald and many, many others at Convent Avenue Baptist Church in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
Henry Lincoln “Hank” DeZonie, was born on February 12, 1922 in Harlem, he was an American professional basketball player. He was the fourth African American player in the National Basketball Association (NBA), following Earl Lloyd, Nathaniel Clifton, and Chuck Cooper. Continue Reading →
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. Continue Reading →
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