Everybody came up with their can't-miss games when the NBA schedule came out yesterday, but we thought we'd let the market speak for itself.
Gwyneth Paltrow was doing so well. She tempered her People’s Most Beautiful Woman Alive win with a Star's Most Hated Celebrity distinction.
By Sunday night, we will know who will meet in Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. Of the four teams left, only one — the Patriots, of course — has been to the Super Bowl in the last twelve years.
Carmelo Anthony has played a remarkable enough two and a half months that serious mentions of his MVP candidacy get dismissed not with raucous laughter but with "LeBron and Durant are still better." That's a compliment.
The Sports Section launched in September of 2009, and an awful lot has happened on the local sports scene since then.
As is tradition around these parts, we sat down with our PlayStation 3 and our Madden 13 and watched every NFL playoff game that's happening this weekend.
It’s sort of fitting that as the Rangers prepare to kick of their most highly anticipated season in more than a decade, the team has cut ties with the final reminder of past mismanagement.
Last night, Notre Dame football player Manti Te'o's beautiful, tragic, cancer-dead girlfriend was revealed to be a hoax: Lennay Kekua does not exist.
I should begin by noting that today is mostly a day of celebration and promise for the Knicks, injury-wise.
Later on today, Manti Te'o, the Notre Dame linebacker who was revealed to have a fake girlfriend in a wild, riveting story in Deadspin yesterday, is likely to take questions from the media, in what is certain to be the strangest press conference since Andrew Breitbart hijacked the microphone before Anthony Weiner's press conference back in 2011.
In a rare weekday afternoon game -- and by "rare," we mean "the last one they'll play until Monday, their next game" -- the Knicks outlasted the Pistons 102-87 today in London.
The Nets Power Rankings, written by the excellent Devin Kharpertian from the Brooklyn Game, run every Thursday.
The NHL published a full-page apology to fans in newspapers today, thanking them for their patience and saying that the league is "committed to earning back your trust and support the same way it's earned on the ice: with hard work and unwavering dedication." It's a relatively empty gesture, as far as these things go, but it's telling that the league is still in apology mode with opening night just two days away.
Brian De Palma is getting back together with his Scarface and Carlito's Way star Al Pacino for a biopic of Penn State's Joe Paterno.
As we discussed on Monday, Jim Dolan reportedly ordered a Soundgarden roadie an MSG Network employee to listen in on everything Carmelo Anthony said, and had said to him, during last Friday's game against the Bulls.
Usually, hockey fans get a handful of preseason games to get to know the players the team acquired in the offseason.
In 2011, Eli Manning was one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, throwing for 4,933 yards, a career high and fourth best in the league.