Allan Houston still looks good in a basketball uniform. Shoots well, too. He even occasionally scrimmages with current Knicks players. So when Houston, the team’s 40-year-old assistant general manager, led a three-player franchise contingent to victory in the Shooting Stars competition Saturday, during the N.B.A. All-Star festivities, a questioner began to ask him about a possible comeback. […]
Amar’e Stoudemire stood before the open coffin, head bowed, eyes hidden behind sunglasses. Reaching in, he touched his brother’s body, holding his hand for several quiet seconds. […]
Joe Ayrault will take the reins of the Brevard County Manatees for the 2012 season. […]
The 85-year-old man looked frail, sitting in a wheelchair in the center of the Orlando Magic’s circular locker room, a cane in his right hand. But when he spoke, Rich DeVos’s voice was strong, his message direct […]
As the Giants paraded through Lower Manhattan, it rained on the Yankees’ pre-spring training workout Tuesday. It was a steady rain, falling from a canopy of granite clouds that hovered over the team’s minor league complex, across the street from Steinbrenner Field. […]
If there was any doubt about how much the Nets need a player of Dwight Howard’s caliber, especially now, a season before their move to Brooklyn, he punctuated that point with a violent blocked shot early in the first quarter of Thursday night’s game, airmailing the ball from beneath the basket into the fourth row of the courtside seats. […]
he official restart of the Miami Heat begins on Sunday with far less noise than a year ago, when a team constructed on superstar intrigue evoked breathless predictions and sputtering vitriol in equal measure.
The dreams started when Dwight Howard was a boy, visiting him with vivid reality. Soon he came to see them as future frames on a filmstrip, a sneak peek at where the linear progression of his life would take him.