For the first time in more than eight years — 2,923 days, to be exact — the New York Knicks were able to celebrate a playoff win. And, like the last one, they were able to do it at Madison Square Garden. With their 101-92 win over the Atlanta Hawks in Game 2 of their … Continue reading NY Knicks Get First Playoff Win Since 2013!
NY Yankee Corey Kluber no-hits the Texas Rangers. The Yankees signed the right-hander off two injury-plagued seasons with the hope he’d be able to rediscover the form he’d displayed when he was one of the best pitchers in the game and Kluber more than lived up to that expectation in a 2-0 win over the … Continue reading Corey Kluber Throws No-Hitter In Yankees’ Win Over Rangers
Drew Brees has called it a career after 20 seasons in the NFL, the last 15 of which he spent with the New Orleans Saints. A 13-time Pro Bowler, one-time Super Bowl champion and perennial record-holder, the 42-year-old quarterback announced that he has played his down down of competitive football. While many assumed the Saints' … Continue reading Drew Brees Retires After 20 NFL Seasons
Julius Randle raised his arms at the buzzer that ended the game and the regular season after the Knicks survived Sunday like they always seem to do. Bring on Atlanta and the Playoffs! The Knicks finished up their riveting regular season at the Garden on Fan Appreciation Day before a pandemic-reduced crowd of 1,981 and … Continue reading Knicks Finish Regular Season With 41 Wins, Head To Playoffs